Good Loo Hunting

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Random House, Jun 30, 2012 - Humor - 96 pages

Lake Titikaka!
Canterbury Cathedral!
Elephants crossing the Zambezi!
The Atacama Desert!

These are just some of the sights you can see from the comfort of a convenience!

We've been flooded with toilet tip-offs, new loo leads and dozens of fantastic photographs from loo hunters around the world. In this astounding collection, chief loo hunter Luke Barclay has brought together the world's most scenic cisterns and panoramic privies. From a Buddhist monastery in India to Mount Kilimanjaro, Good Loo Hunting takes you to the most picturesque - and bizarre - loos with views on the planet.


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Luke Barclay is a writer based in London. He studied History at the University of Sheffield before spending two years in rural Japan, teaching English and writing for a magazine. After returning to the UK he joined the BBC and spent four years working in factual programme making, in the history and documentary departments. He is the author of A Loo with a View.

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