Wordless Wednesday in Belize


All Mod Cons in San Pedro. A nifty bit of plumbing too.

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Note to self : “That which I take for granted every day, some people will never have.”

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65 comments on “Wordless Wednesday in Belize

  1. Public building? Great picture of a sad state of affairs, Sylvia. Just before I was born, my great-grandfather completed their indoor bathroom. They lived in the city – Indianapolis, and that was less common in the city than in rural part of the state. Family reunions were always held in rural communities, and they ALL had outhouses. I’m sure they would have appreciated this fancy plumbing! A lot can change in a few years. πŸ™‚

    • As a child in England, I was used to going outside to the loo. It was just across the yard, too far to go in the night, so we had a chamber pot under the bed. It’s hard to imagine that these days. πŸ˜†

  2. Your saying posted under the photo is very true. We can take for granted our blessings, sometimes. It’s seeing things like this that bring our focus back to reality. When we were in Mexico, recently, I came across a few homes that looked a bit like this. It was eye and heart opening. Nice post for WW.

  3. How true. Even though I remember as a child going to the outhouse when we visited my grandparents home.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

  4. I’ll go with the green door being for the ladies. It’s a bit shorter and I like the vent at the top. Your collection of photos is truly amazing. How on earth do you manage to find the appropriate ones when needed.

    • Oh yes, the vent is most important. In that case, I’m glad I’m not a man, having to use the one without. πŸ™‚ The photos for challenges just seem to pop out and wave at me.

  5. Amen to that, sister. Sadly, we need that jolt to remind us at times. I’m guilty of that and that stinks! Thanks. Someone needs to start a ‘reminder’ challenge, so we can get jolted daily!
    Great pic, ad.

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