Philippines Public Toilet
Quezon City, Philippines
January 5, 2013
This post has been long delayed after a year (blame Sun broadband incompatibilities with blogger.com). Fermina Express is the bus station going to Central Luzon, Nueva Ecija in particular; Cuyapo, our father-in-law's hometown. We were here to pick up a package waiting for 12PM arrival from the first trip in Cuyapo, somewhat similar to courier services catered for Ilocano comrades. :) A typical package with provincial goods from mango crates to box of fresh organic vegetables, native eggs, native chicken and fresh pata to make "crispy pata". Waiting for 2 hours is not funny, the station is extremely hot and the sun's glare is not doing any help. Next thing I knew i was sitting (maybe squatting) to a vulnerable capture-me situation, we women are very "maihiin" LOL (those who deny isn't normal right?) So no matter how stinky the situation is, natures speaks it has to GO!
It's been a year and we haven't visited the bus station again (the last time I was there, my eco bag was slashed while crossing the foot bridge in Aurora Avenue - thinking it has something important in there). I hope there's a little improvement made by the management.
What's in, what's not:
Tissue roll - ☒
Soap - ☑there's a detergent soap :)
Hand sanitizer - ☒
Paper towels - ☒
Trash bins - ☑
Powder area - ☑
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