Quick question: Australian power outlets the same as ones in the U.S.?
So, I'm going to Australia, and I want to bring my Ipod. Problem is, its clearly not going to last 10 days, maybe half of the plane flight (yeah for 14.5 hours...) So, I'm hoping I can bring my recharger for it. Of course, since I live in the US, its designed for US outlets...
So, Will my US Ipod charger work in Australian power outlets? (its a problem I've had before, in Europe)
I'd be willing to bet that their toilets spin the other way because of design, not some sort of gravity/pressure/physics being different or backwards down there.
If you look at the underside of the toilet bowl rim, that's where water comes out. It comes out at an angle, and gives a rotation to the toilet water. If the water were to be angled backwards, then it would cause the toilet water to spin the opposite direction.
However, there are toilets that the water comes out from the front/middle. Those toilets are wierd, and don't count. And more often than not, those are the toilets that use some sort of jet propulsion to blow the water at 994256 miles per hour down the sewer hole. Those are dangerous toilets.