Hobo TRAVEL TIPS -  Katmandu, Nepal - Needed Electrical Adapters


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ISSUE:  140
DATE:  February 17, 2004
TITLE: 
Hobo TRAVEL TIPS - Katmandu, Nepal - Needed Electrical Adapters
TIP: Needed Electrical Adapters
LOCATION: Katmandu, Nepal

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Hobo TRAVEL TIPS -  Katmandu, Nepal - Needed Electrical Adapters
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       KATHMANDU, NEPAL
       South of Tibet, China and north of India.
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       NEEDED ELECTRICAL ADAPTERS
       Adapters, Connections, Converters
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