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  1. Paula
    Paula says:

    To elaborate on the Indian hot water geyser system: I have lived in Canada since 1975, but when I went to India as a little girl, I noticed my relatives would heat water on their stoves for bathing. When I went back in the 1990s, I noticed that in homes in the big cities and in hotels they had what is known as a geyser. It is a water heating unit that hangs on the bathroom wall. It looks like a little tank and you need to push a button to get the unit to start heating the water. After 5-10 minutes the water is hot and can flow through the faucet. By 2010 even good budget hotels had the geyser system, but in the more expensive hotels hot water was piped in from outside the bathroom, as it is in North America.


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