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Toronto, Canada

Usually TMI toilet stories are about the primitive or surprising facilities in developing areas. Not mine, today. The Toronto Pearson Airport restroom toilets are self flushing via motion sensor. In this case any motion gets the swirling waters. Hey! Let me finish my business, please! Your First World TMI of the day. You're welcome.

permalink written by  prrrrl on February 21, 2012 from Toronto, Canada
from the travel blog: Beijing I, 2012
tagged Toronto, Technology, MotionSensor, Toilets, DevelopingNations and Tmi

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Getting around the City

Hua Hin, Thailand

Getting around Xrbia is pretty stress free, even if you don’t have a car.

The recently added battery operated trains go all around the city and are more efficient than the tube, and more eco friendly then other transport methods.

Similar to the DLR in London, but the lines are larger and run parallel to cars. It is not cheap to take a ride on a train but you can buy a day pass for 6 Xrbian dollars, as opposed to taking one ride for 2.80.

So don’t be fooled by tourist traps, look at the travel pass options before you go! You can also pick up a train map from tourist bureaus or check online at the Xrbia Transport website.

permalink written by  Miriam on May 2, 2012 from Hua Hin, Thailand
from the travel blog: Xrbia
tagged Beach, Transport, Trains and Technology

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