Buckley - Answered a Question by Naidu (19 Jan 09 10:40)

Hi Cheapest is to take all the currencies with you but for me the easiest way is to take US dollars and change on the ship it to the local currency as required it is not usually a good exchange rate , If your thinking of making some big purchases then use your credit card as you get some protection? M&S the post office check on the net who is giving the best rate on the day ?

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carver - Answered a Question by Naidu (19 Jan 09 16:05)

Hi, we did this cruise in october, we found the best way was to have small amounts at the first place your at, and then change whats left into what you need for the next, but you lose alot changing it on the ship.hope thats of some help.

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