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Travelling with a less than pristine passport

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I dropped my passport in a sink full of water on Saturday and am due to fly to Thailand tomorrow (from my home - UK). I placed it on the heater to dry, and it has. The pages are a little crispy but none of them stuck together and all the page numbers/country stamps are legible. However the bio-data page has some discoloration at the bottom but this doesn't obscure any of the info at all and my photo is completely unaffected, as is the laminate.

I'm fretting that either a) I won't be allowed to board the plane or b) i'm refused entry into Thailand.

So worried. There's absolutely no time to get a new one so I guess i'm just trying to see if anyone has traveled with a water damaged passport and been OK.

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