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Where the heck is Australia?

Post  Oldenginerod on Wed Feb 18, 2015 5:07 am

Well, most of us who deal with ebay and various world postal services should be able to relate to this.  If you recall, I purchsed a $1 Sure Start (labelled Testors) a couple of weeks ago.  Well, I just checked the tracking number.

To send a package labelled to Australia to Poland once is incomprehensible, but after it returning to Chicago, to send it back again

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How can they get it so wrong? Shocked

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Re: Where the heck is Australia?

Post  KariFS on Wed Feb 18, 2015 6:20 am

Hmm, Austria... or was it Australia? Can't believe it has gone from Chicago to Warsaw and back twice Shocked

You should get a frequent flyer membership for the sure start Very Happy Probably it's the "most flown" Cox engine ever.

An urban legend tells about an eldely couple from Boston who wanted to fly to Tampa, Florida. Instead they ended up in Tampere, Finland in the middle of winter Cold It was supposedly a mix-up with the airport codes (TPA for Tampa, TMP for Tampere). Warsaw's airport codes are WAW and WMI, what's the code for your nearest airport?
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