No that is not chocolate. Yes that is poop.
After we stripped her down and threw her in the shower I just sat their saying now what? There was poop EVERYWHERE. Her entire bed was covered, the sides of the port-a-crib were covered, the top rails of the port-a-crib were covered. Poop was in abundance!
It gets better. Our hotel did not have any sort of laundry. They send all theirs out. What is even better, there was not a laundry mat to be found for miles.
So I jumped in the shower with a bar of bath soap and started scrubbing away. Her blanket, pillow, sheet, baby doll etc. Then I found some limes we had and cut them in half and rubbed them all over everything. That helped with the smell. Oh the smell it was AWFUL. Then we hung them on the balcony to dry in the sun. We looked so WT!
Then on our way back to the USA we were getting ready to go through customs when we smelt something. Yup more poo.
It was in her onsie all the way up her back and then seeping out her legs. Oh geez. I had no idea what to do with that much poo. Where do I even begin?
I took her to the bathroom, which had NO paper towels just a blower. So I used about one million baby wipes. Meanwhile making my daughter sit in the sink so I could bathe her. The sink was covered in poo by the time I was done. I feel bad for the people who had to clean up after us. But that is what they get for not giving me paper towels!
I had a plastic grocery bag in my diaper bag just in case we had another blow out. But I ended up throwing her onsie away because it was SOOOO gross.
Awh motherhood, ain't it grand!?!?