If you are not familiar with these, you should research more to see what are the functionalities that are important to you. For example, do you need a built-in screen. If no screen, how about one that can output to TV. Do you need one that can display raw files. Do you need long battery life, or uses non-proprietary batteries, etc etc.
hmm.. I have something to say about this. I dunno about other countries but i just came back from Melbourne.
I went to a photoshop to burn the images to a CD. Cost me AUS$14 to burn 2 CF cards into 1 CD (1 CF card to CD is 12 bucks, 2 dollars for every additional card). Quite expensive. Other shops also around the same price.
What I suggest is bring along some blank CDs and transfer images yourself in internet cafes. Most internet cafes have card reader and cd burner. Costs alot lesser and you get to use internet too.