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Travel to Australia with Apap.
#11
I just made my first international trip with my APAP. I took it as a carry on, with a medical devise tag attached to the bag. I had to remove the power/motor component from the bag for screening, just like a laptop, but had absolutely no issues with it.
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Just came back from my trip. Carrying the cpap through was a real non-event! The person moving the handcarry through the x-ray machine just asked what was inside. Didn't even bother to open it up. Got to see xrays of the device Big Grin Quite cool actually.

lots-o-coffee
The doctor says coffee does not affect my tinnitus and it's got lots of antioxidants.... 
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(09-23-2016, 02:57 AM)DeepBreathing Wrote: Busselton in December can be quite hot (35C and above). On occasion it gets very hot. It's a coastal location so can get humid, but not excessively so. It's certainly not tropical humid - I would suggest you bring the humidifier. I'd keep the machine with me as hand luggage, mainly so it doesn't get damaged or go astray. If you're travelling on a low cost carrier you might want to double-check their rules first - they are not necessarily the same as apply in the United States. I don't think you'd have any problems with customs clearance.

You were right about it being hot. Not a cloud in sight and was 42C 3 days ago!

Btw, you guys have a beautiful country and the food was just glorious.
lots-o-coffee
The doctor says coffee does not affect my tinnitus and it's got lots of antioxidants.... 
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(12-23-2016, 11:22 PM)Newbee2016 Wrote:
(09-23-2016, 02:57 AM)DeepBreathing Wrote: Busselton in December can be quite hot (35C and above). On occasion it gets very hot. It's a coastal location so can get humid, but not excessively so. It's certainly not tropical humid - I would suggest you bring the humidifier. I'd keep the machine with me as hand luggage, mainly so it doesn't get damaged or go astray. If you're travelling on a low cost carrier you might want to double-check their rules first - they are not necessarily the same as apply in the United States. I don't think you'd have any problems with customs clearance.

You were right about it being hot. Not a cloud in sight and was 42C 3 days ago!

Btw, you guys have a beautiful country and the food was just glorious.

We call it Godzone (a homonym). Glad you enjoyed it.

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#15
Glad you enjoyed the trip! Yes - that was a pretty nasty day, but luckily it's cooled down again. If you have a choice, it's usually better to come in autumn or spring - the wildflowers are especially good around September.
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