Category: Toilets

Ring My Bell 2

Ring My Bell

Going for a walk to Kings Cross on Sunday, my pal and I found ourselves at Woollomooloo. It happens. We by-passed the (very famous) Harry’s pie cart, past the (very renovated and dull looking) Wooloomooloo Bay Hotel and strolled straight into the Bells Hotel. How this outback-Australiana-olde worlde-pubiness-pub survives in...

Water Under the Bridge 0

Water Under the Bridge

It’s not often I get to review men’s toilets. Swanning into the men’s room with a camera and asking the chaps at the urinal to smile would probably land me in an uncomfortable situation. But, hell, maybe if I were drunk… If you walk around The Rocks, up past the...

News dump 0

News dump

When you are an international toilet woman of mystery, you get sent a lot of interesting toilet related links. Here’s a few I received this week. How much does your poo weigh?This device was actually designed to show people how much weight they ‘lose’ after going to the toilet but...

Kings and ladies, too 0

Kings and ladies, too

Au plus esleve throne du monde si ne sommes assis que sus nostre cul.Les Roys et les philosophes fientent, et les damnes aussi. Upon the highest throne in the world, we are seated, still, upon our arses.Kings and philosophers shit: and so do ladies. – Michel de Montaigne (1533 –...

V-Wall Tavern, Nambucca Heads 1

V-Wall Tavern, Nambucca Heads

We took two days off work and headed up the north coast to Nambucca Heads for a weekend of camping, fishing and beering. We nailed the camping part, and, of course, we totally nailed the beering part, but we found the fishing part a little difficult. The locals in the...

Divisions of labour 0

Divisions of labour

In the ‘Boring but important’ section of The Week this week, there’s a story about India’s push to provide a toilet for every Indian household by 2012. Currently, dry toilets are ‘serviced’ by people who are considered untouchable. Plenty of work has been done by organisations such as Sulabh International...

A ship shape and scanty sea shanty 0

A ship shape and scanty sea shanty

I recently won a lunch and tour of the P&O ship The Pacific Dawn. I’m a huge fan of boats and ships, but up until a few weeks ago the biggest ships I’ve been on have been car ferries. The ferry from Dover to Calais many years ago was, of...

Friday Flush 28.Nov.08 1

Friday Flush 28.Nov.08

Welcome back to The Bog Logger! I’ve been on a wee hiatus, but I’m back now with news, reviews, and the view from the loo. Openings There have been a few exciting toilet openings this week. First of all, the famed Charmin Restrooms have opened for the third year in...

Women and children 0

Women and children

Bog Standard is not just a brilliant name for a campaign – it is a brilliant campaign. Launched in October 2004, Bog Standard aims to improve toilet facilities for school children in the UK, and it has brought the issue of toilets for pupils to the fore. It is headed...