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By Andy the HoboTraveler.Com

ISSUE:  084
DATE:  August 28, 2002
TIP:  Hot Water Cooker
LOCATION:  Koh Chang Island, Thailand

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~ TODAY’S TRAVEL TIPS

HOT WATER COOKER
I have a one cup water heater.
I can plug it into 110 or 220
electricity. It can be used in any country.
It will heat a cup of water in about
2 minutes. I think it is faster than a
a microwave. And much smaller.

You can make:

Coffee,
Tea,
Soup
Boiled eggs

Lots of things.

You also can
Purify water.
Make hot water to clean clothes.

It is NOT just a cup.
You can also boil a bucket very quickly of
water.

LOOK at this heater.
http://www.hobotraveler.com /084kohchangsecond07.shtml

WARNING WARNING WARNING

This device must be in the water
before you plug in, or you will
burn it up.

WARNING WARNING WARNING
Be careful when using around metal.
A metal pot or metal cup will or could
cause a problem.

I would call this one of the few things
I would always carry with me anywhere I
go. It normally cost less than 3 dollars.
They sell a very fancy one here in Thailand
for about 8 dollars. In South America they
cost about 2 dollars, or less.

You can also buy a 12 volt one.
Just another day in Paradise!
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As always, these are suggestions. Please realize I am
giving guidance, and there are always other opinions.
“One mans paradise, is another mans hell”
This way we do not all go to the same place.

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