Home sweet toilet.

You’re probably wondering why the fudge we named our blog I Need Toilet Paper πŸ™‚ Well the thing is we’re going on a trip around Aisa. For a while. Who knows where we’ll sleep. And who knows what we’ll eat. Who knows where we’ll p**p πŸ˜€

I’m certain we’ll eat loads of good food but i’m also sure we’ll soon get food poisonong … Or 10. Mic will tell you about his happiest moment travelling India. Let me just say it was more than 50 hours train ride, diarrhea and no toilet paper. So this was our theme for the blog name. Cute, right? πŸ˜‰

This is a picture of my toilet at home. It’s white and clean and smelling nice. Did you notice all the rolls of toilet paper? Very handy. I will cherish it with all my heart till we leave!

My toilet. So clean.

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2 Comments on “Home sweet toilet.

  1. Hey,
    I came across your website while researching about the toilet paper used in Myanmar. Along with 4 other people we are working on a marketing project for one of our classes. The group decided to try to market toilet paper in Myanmar from the United States. Don’t ask why, I seriously trying to figure out how they came up with this item and location.

    Is there anything you can tell me about the toilet paper used there? How did you get a hold of it, popular brand, brand you wished they had, price, quality?

    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
    Happy Traveling!

    • Hey! Haha, that’s a funny project to have πŸ™‚ So Asia is really big on small water showers+left hands if you know what I mean. We found out that Myanmar uses more than other countries (India, Nepal, Sri Lanka). Most hotels have it, it’s usually a decent quality, 2 layers, white color. You can buy it in smaller shops, can’t remember the price but around 30-50c. Can’t belive I’m describing TC! πŸ™‚

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