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Some better hostels actually do have curtains around their bunk bed, both top and bottom, but they are not many of there. Same for couchettes, some night trains have curtains but again that's not the norm. I doubt that there is anything purpose built on the market. I think it would also be pain to carry such a thing with you all the time. I sometimes used ...
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
I no longer have a Dell but it was rated 110-240V and 50-60Hz (multi-voltage) so it can handle the 220V in the Philippines. I used it in Australia and just needed to pack an Australian adapter. Your Dell likely has a plug with three prongs (grounded) so I'd suggest packing a three-pronged adapter; also pack a two-pronged (ungrounded) adapter just in case. ...
I spent two weeks traveling in September using a Travelon clothes line and really liked it. It came with suction cups which were ok, but I ended up hooking it directly to objects or looping it back on itself a lot. I also had some short bungee cords that I used to extend it a few times.
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