The video of my adventure to the Qianyue building in Taiwan last year has just been published!
For more details and photos about this incredible site see my previous blog post here: https://toilography.com/2018/03/18/the-abandoned-qianyue-building/
I stumbled across this super sketchy abandoned building at the back of Parque Metropolitano Guangüiltagua in Quito; of course the first thing that came to mind was ‘I wonder if there’s a toilet here?’ Well folks, I’m elated to report there was!
You may know that today is World Toilet Day, a day to raise awareness for those who don’t have access to satisfactory sanitation!
Back in 2009, well before Instagram or Toilography was ever a thing, I spent 2 (amazing) weeks travelling through Egypt. I took a pic of this restroom which was the lone toilet shared among a Nubian village, on the western bank of the Nile just outside Aswan. Thankfully they were equipped with the porcelain fitting and running water but there are millions of people out there whose conditions are even worse.
A cheap but filling brunch at the graffiti-laden Bon’s Off Broadway in Vancouver.
The Lord’s Prayer was written on the washroom walls; many sins have been flushed down these toilets.
Victory Square in Vancouver wins two prizes: 1. for being the sketchiest underground restroom in probably all of Canada, and 2. for being the only toilet block I’ve ever seen with an office
The conveniences at Laurier Park are in need of a little maintenance…