Set in a lesser-than-convenient location, Wukuf in Arafah is a training ground for a Hujjaj. Arafah, like Mina, is without any fancy sky-scrapper; it is a desert on any other day. A pilgrim leaves Makkah to stop for a while at Arafah where he would sleep in a tent that houses around 16 people (or even more) at a time. There is only a small mattress that limits movement with a not-so-plush pillow and a blanket with plenty of patience in between at all time, including at the time when your bowel requires easing.
This is because toilets are placed to facilitate three to four nearing tents, maybe five. That would mean 100 people or lesser. Sometimes, the ladies' toilet is just next to the gents and the only barricade is a flowing bed sheet that one of the Hujjaj has decently put. Not only these toilets are there to facilitate nature's call; it is there for showering and to some, even washing.