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Topic: Greg's replies to Vegas/travel tip emails & (60 lines)
1) From: Dave Huddle
 - -Does the group have any ideas on bringing a tea kettle like this and ro=
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beans & grinder to China?  Any problems with Chinese airport security?  I'm
going to start researching on the internet to see what information I can
find, but figured I would ask.-  -
I went to China with a small (2 tasse) Bialetti electric moka brewer,
a Zassenhaus Turkiish grinder and packets of vacuum packed home roast.
  No problems at all.   the Bialetti was designed to run on 110 or 220
so no transformer was needed there.
Dave
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