A Loo with a View

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

The toilet - it's small, functional and using it usually involves staring at a door. But for the water closet connoisseur, there are a handful of places where the loo is an area of outstanding beauty.

From such fascinating locations as the summit loo on Mount Sinai and Maharajas' thrones in India to safari loos in Zambia and ultra-modern, multi-functional facilities in Japan, this is a collection of the most uplifting vistas from the latrines of the world.

Answering the call of nature will take you from the functional to the sublime with the help of this, the ultimate good loo guide.

 

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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 first encountered a 'loo with a view' on a family holiday to Cornwall, many years ago. His search for the world's best placed toilets has included an around-the-world loo-hunting trip with a camera. This is his first book.

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