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The web site for the Colombo airport has a list of shops in the airport. Although I'm a bit puzzled as to how one would buy a washing machine in a duty-free shop, and carry it on the plane, it clearly states that there are multiple duty-free shops selling such home appliances, and TVs. So you may be able to find a monitor (or a TV that would work as a ...


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You can buy them on eBay. One seller from China has them now at for $5 for 5 connectors plus $3 shipping. The category is here: http://www.ebay.com/sch/Connectors-Ties-/41982/i.html


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From personal experience, yes. I once received a replacement battery as I was leaving on a trip. I replaced the battery, but the old one was stuck with me for the remainder of the trip. It was just in my backpack, in a box, and it passed though without comment on the way there, and on the way back.


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Very much depends on the cruise ship, and it's often based on their country of origin. Here are some examples: in the help of P&O cruises (a British-American cruise line) : Oceana and Britannia also have US 2 pin sockets in addition to UK 3 pin sockets The standard electrical supply in the United Kingdom is 50HZ (cycles) and 240V. The supply on board ...


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It will depend on the ship. Cunard seems to have one US + one UK plug officially, and if you search around you find some more (by unplugging TV etc.), but they have tons of British customers. Other cruise ships might have US + European.



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