While many traditional camping grounds are equipped with standard ablution blocks, the growing trend of multi-day summer events and tented camps in far-flung locations poses a different kind of challenge for campers. While everyone loves a little down time to ‘unplug’ from everything, no one wants to be without access to basic ablutions.
While we’re not sure what Google search or school assignment brought you here, if, like us, you’ve wondered how toilets first came about and how they have evolved, you’re in the right place. Welcome. Let’s dive right in.
Global travel is all about taking in new experiences and embracing different cultures. And sometimes, some of the most unusual surprises are waiting behind public bathroom doors.
If you have a septic tank, you probably know hundreds of ways to say ‘DO NOT FLUSH FOREIGN OBJECTS’ and have plastered these reminders all over your home or workplace. But no matter how many signs there are and how many funny puns you can use to get the message across, there’s always more than just toilet paper and water that ends up going down the drain.