Valparaiso is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but did you know it also has its very own World Heritage toilet monument?
A friendly insight to the plumbing at Hotel Boutique Cirilo Armstrong in Valparaíso, Chile.
Quite the contrast from what I was advised at Quito airport a few days beforehand.
Some good advice at the airport baños upon my departure from Quito
A man with a tilted hat at the washrooms by the Mont-Royal lookout
A femme réfléchie (thoughtful woman) adorns the entrance to the ladies room at the Witsend, a charming pub in Hemmingford, Quebec
I love this classic that was sent to me by my friend Brad, which he saw at Korean Grill House in Toronto!
Toilets closed. Vandalism.
At Angrignon Park, Montreal.
I’ve been seeing references to toilets in the most random of places recently!
Today I walked by a protest in Montreal and this guy was using a toilet seat & a roll of toilet paper to get his point across. From my terribly basic French understanding, I’m pretty sure it’s got to do with a Quebec parliamentary bill (Act 20) that’s looking to make it more difficult for couples to access treatment for infertility. I believe his sign translates to “IVF flushed. Hopes & dreams are broken”.