Public Outhouses in Reykjavik

These are words from the journal of Ashleigh of Westphalia:

“Outdoor public washrooms placed strategically around Reykjavik and disguised to make me think they’re circular newstands seems to be a good idea in theory, not so much in practice. They are essentially automated outhouses. Very handy, but kind of gross overall. It’s pretty cool how you stick your hands under a tap and it washes then dries them for you. Other than that, kinda strange.

P.S. Swimming pools at campsites is an awesome idea, Canada should really get on that.”

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