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I've got some important 'parcel' to transfer from my parents in Lodz - back from Poland to Perth anybody?


Joas 1 | -
23 Nov 2012 #1
Hello,
Im afraid I won t be able to come back to Poland for Christmas. I was wondering if sb ll be back to Perth from Poland around december/january. I v got some important 'parcel' to transfer from my parents in Lodz to Perth.and of course it would be cheaper to pass it on to someone having a flight to Perth instead of registered parcel sending by post.

naturally I d pay all fees for my luggage..
please let me know if so;)

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johnb121 4 | 184
23 Nov 2012 #2
Honestly? Your use of "" around "parcel" suggests funny business, and no-one in their right mind is going to carry a "parcel" for a stranger without knowing exactly what is in it and being able to demonstrate that at the airport security and customs. So no gift-wrapped items, nothing in a sealed box, nothing which might look, feel and sound suspicious, nothing airport security cannot see for theselves is 100% harmless and (customs) legal .. but even then, at the airport, what do they say when check-in asks "has anyone asked you to carry any item with you?

Sorry, you are asking someone to take on more than you think, to save you a bit of money. If you want to get your family something for Xmas, send them the cash to buy it!
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
23 Nov 2012 #3
Honestly? Your use of "" around "parcel" suggests funny business

You don't mean...carrying Kinder chocolate eggs?
cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2012/07/18/kinder-eggs-illegal-candy-canada-border.html


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