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· Bristol 45.5 - AiniA
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We use a bucket and a toilet plunger. The only problem is that is getting really hard to buy a decent plunger these days. the dollar store ones (the norm all over the world) may look like that lovely dark red rubber of the traditional plunger but they are a plastic that does not stand up to … well plunging. To add insult to injury we bought two (they were cheap and we knew that one would not stand up) at a store in downtown Cape Town and carried them around town and then on the hour+ train trip back to the boat in Simonstown. Had the handles stuck into the small pack back we had. As we were getting onto the boat the pack was turned enough that they both went into the drink. Water was too deep and too cold to go diving for them. : )
 

· Bristol 45.5 - AiniA
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That looks like a good idea, the only problem was that we were in places that had dubious mail links with Amazon. Could have ordered one in American Samoa. They had great USPS service and not expensive. Parcels came in on Friday afternoon and dozens of people showed up at the post office to pick up their swag.
 
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