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In South Africa, What do Hotels Mean by "Tea and Coffee-making Facilities"?

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We are from the USA and have found that the "coffee makers" in even the most upscale hotel rooms in some countries are nothing more than devices designed to add boiling water to instant coffee (unacceptable). What is the situation in South Africa? Should we come prepared with a small coffee brewer?

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