HOWERD - Answered a Question by Robinson (11 Sep 08 17:27)

US dollars are taken in most places, and take 2s, 5s, 10s and 20s, as you could get change in local currency .

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Robertson - Answered a Question by Robinson (11 Sep 08 21:18)

Dollars are good but try to take small denominations most shops dont like to change 50 or 100 dollar bills for two beers.

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macro - Answered a Question by Robinson (13 Sep 08 04:14)

US dollars. go to this site to see best rates http://travelmoney.moneysavingexpert.com/#results. Also view the site for advice on best Debit and credit cards to use abroad. I use Nationwide. Nationwide Debit Card Quick Stats. European Load: 0%. Worldwide Load: 0%. Cash withdrawal fee: None. Interest charged on cash withdrawals even if paid off in full: N/A. Cash withdrawal interest: None unless overdrawn when its 12.9%. I opened an account and put money in it just for use outside the UK. I advise my friends to use another account for abroad so that your main account is safe from cloning of cards and fraud which often happens abroad. I applied online and the whole process took 10 days to have cards etc. in hand. Have a lovely cruise .

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