Ingle - Answered a Question by McPherson (07 Nov 07 16:52)

US dollars are widely accepted on all Caribbean islands. Just make sure that taxi drivers etc are quoting in US and not local dollars. Take small denomination notes to make getting change easier and be aware of the local dollar to US dollar exchange rate.

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Ross - Answered a Question by McPherson (07 Nov 07 18:09)

Us .

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Connolly - Answered a Question by McPherson (08 Nov 07 15:04)

US dollars accepted. Your may receive change in Carribean dollars, use in duty free shops on islands. Dont take large denomination notes they never have enough change.

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Foster - Answered a Question by McPherson (10 Nov 07 18:26)

US dollars and when in taxi's etc, make sure you agree the fare and don't fall for 'hard-luck' stories from the drivers.

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Allum - Answered a Question by McPherson (03 Dec 07 10:17)

US small denomination $ for the taxis. All cards can be used in the shops.

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