Gross... is the only word that comes to mind!
Oh boy! The things that we encounter in other countries.
I see why,i would'nt want not one part of my body touching it! lol UGH!! So gross!!
I say: oh North America how I love thee...
Oh...that brings back memories! I had one of those in an apartment I lived in in Japan... I won't elaborate :)
oh man...and do you have to pay for toilet paper? i remember that part...
it's like peeing in the woods. . . publicly. . .
makes it harder to fall in . .right? :)
Supergross. Trey will love this one.:)I left a message for Trav today and he texted me that they are doing good. I'm glad you are having so much fun, you deserve it.
Scary! That's how some of the bathrooms are in Japan. I walked out of the bathroom and told my husband that I think I went into the mens room. He laughed and told me I was in the right restroom and wished me luck!!!
Couldn't help but chuckle when I saw this pic. Believe it or not when I lived in Italy there were worse public restrooms than this one! The bathroom in the local ferry station was a slanted cement slab. You would squat in the middle of the floor and your tinkle would flow to the low spot in the corner and drain away. Scout's honor!!!!!!
p.s. I love that the "squatter" has an "American Standard" logo on it...
Oh Man!!!! That looks like fun for sure!!
UGH!!! I would not want to even attempt that! Yuck!
That is totally worth the trip to Thailand!
p.s. where did you get the shoes you are wearing on the bambo raft? too cute!
Hehehe...they're called WC in China/Hong Kong (where I served my mission). Ugh...not great memories! (Oh, WC is "water closet".)
when are you coming back!!!
We had those in elementary school - far far aways from Thailand - it was in former Yugoslavia, and once you got used to it ... we didn't have problems using them!Great those times are past perfect!
ALl I can do is laugh. I live in Okianwa, Japan right now and they have the same "toilets". Super easy for my boys to use but my daughter and I have not even attempted it.
we were using them in turkey. Now some people still using but its too hard to make ... you know :)
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