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TOILETS IN SARIGERME
Question :Is there any Public Toilet in the Village?
Yes, there is a Public Toilet and there is a small charge.
You can walk into any bar or restaurant and use their toilets even you are not a customer.
All the Toilets are Western type just the like one you have in your own home.
You may find the following information interesting;
In Turkey, after urinating, man splash water on their manhoods and cover it with tissue to prevent the last drops to fall on underpants.
In Turkey, you will see some sort pipe coming out from the back of toilet pan, this pipe is used to squirting water to bum after wipe in order to wash it after the big relief, and the left hand is used for this process. As a result of this no skidmarks on underpan.
Unlike the european fellows where only toilet paper used to wipe and wash away whilst in the shower. This ablution style is actually widely practised in the entire middle east aswell as in south and far east part of the globe.
I received ones a funny question via email sent to me by one of my readers asking what do they do when they they visit uk or european country ? Answer was simple, they walk into toilet with a Bottle of Water LOL
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