Over the years I’ve been in the US, I became obsessed with one subject. That is “Wash Your Hands” signs in public toilets. Even though most of them say to employees, the passive message appears to patrons. Explore the diversity of the signs.
This is my contribution to World Toilet Day. It’s a collection of toilets in the cities I was in 2018: Bangkok, Incheon, Washington DC, New York City, Murmansk, Moscow, and Tokyo. Most of the time of taking the photos, I was drinking, no surprise.
You can expect anything a tourist could expect in Sukhumvit Soi 11 but not really a toilet when you drink in one of the stalls in the soi. Except only this stall that a friend of mine told me that it was the one that had a restroom, just a few metres in the sub soi. Much better than the wall.