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remember the first time I encountered a squat toilet on my travels.
It was in a small bar in Verona, Italy where I studied abroad, and the first thing I did was stand there in disbelief for about 5 minutes before I could get to the realization that I had to squat to pee in this Western country’s bathroom.
If you know you will be traveling in areas with squat toilets, it is best to have these items with you at all times. Toilet Paper Toilet paper is just not a necessity in some cultures.
Popular tourist destinations will tend to cater to the Western traveler with hotels and expat locations installing the sitting style toilets.The main issue for females attempting to use squat toilets is the risk of getting urine on you and your clothing — especially a pant leg.The risk is combined with the stress that comes from having to use new muscles in your legs just to use the restroom.Throw one in your purse because when you get to a squat toilet with no coat hooks and a dirty floor, you're going to want a place to hold the stuff on your body without getting in the way of “business”. Hand Sanitizer Hand sanitizer is kind of a no-brainer.This is always in my bag — even when I'm not traveling. Ziploc Bag A Ziploc bag is for the times there is no trash can in your toilet, and you're in a country where you can't flush paper.