The bathroom is a split design with a walk-in sit-down Jacuzzi style tub
on the driver's side of the bus and a Dry-Flush toilet
and vanity on the passenger side with a center aisle. The entire bathroom can be closed off with pocket doors on each end that has storage in them.
|Jacuzzi, looking towards the front.|
|Jacuzzi, looking towards the rear.|
|The vanity with a lighted mirror.|
The Dry-Flush toilet is a waterless, odorless, chemical free dry flushing toilet. No need for a black tank. No need for composting.
There are two pocket doors that separate the toilet and vanity from the aisle and jacuzzi.
|Storage in the right side pocket door.|
Storage in pocket doors. I don't have a medicine cabinet.
|Reading room storage in pocket door.|
|And because it's a "MAN BUS (cave)"...|
a Porta-P urinal
In the left pocket door is a Porta-P
urinal plumbed into the grey tank.
|Pocket door between bathroom and livingroom.|
|Pocket door between bathroom and bedroom.|
|Toilet and bidet!|
There is a window at the jacuzzi with a fold up window cover. When in Kansas, after a hard days work at Amazon, camped on a lake I sat in the jacuzzi with my glass on the fold down window cover/shelf and watched the ducks take off and land on the lake. I can see out but you can't see in. (Doesn't get much better than that!)
I finally got around to laying some Pergo flooring I've been carrying around for almost a year in the bathroom and bedroom.
Stay safe and...