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It stowed away in Sydney because it was enjoying flying.

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1 hour ago, Lacessit said:

It stowed away in Sydney because it was enjoying flying.

Possibly. Australia Post said it was not entered into their system the first time. Sneaky bug her.

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1 hour ago, Crossy said:

Back in the early 80's I sent a small package from Corsham in Wiltshire to Faulkland near Bath in darkest Somerset. About 13 miles as the crow flies.

 

A week later it hadn't arrived, oh well "lost in the post", it wasn't valuable.

 

Some months later I got a call saying it had arrived, with postmarks from Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands!

 

When the Brits have names such as Cholmondeley and Featherstonhaugh pronounced entirely differently to their spelling, nothing that happens there would be a surprise

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Opposite story of days gone. 

In 1991, my ex wife posted an ems letter from the post office in bangkapi at 3:30 in the afternoon and it arrived at my door in Sweden 17 hours later. Including time difference = 17 actual hours of travel time. Unbelievable 

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