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Mat 1 year ago
#11 or naked.
       
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Madelyn 1 year ago
#21 Ecuador used to have its own currency, but since it (The sucre) lost 67% of its foreign exchange value during 1999 and its value nosedived an additional 17% over the course of one week, ending at 25,000 sucres per USD on January 7, 2000, president Mahuad was forced to adopt the USD. All Latin America currencies are waste paper.
       
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Kenneth 1 year ago
Madelyn,

That´s false ("All Latin America currencies are waste paper").
       
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King 1 year ago
#23 JC-LOL
       
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Fenrisulven 1 year ago
The problem is that many tourists do little to no research before they travel to a foreign country. As an absolute minimum, people should know the currency of the country they are visiting.
Never underestimate the power of large crowds, of stupid people.
       
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Earnest 1 year ago
Brazilians do practice their English, but they also wear leather jackets when it’s 70 degrees. That’s why I figure Bogata isn’t that cold.
       
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Earnest 1 year ago
#14 Holding a tea cup is super awkward anyway.
       
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“Both Romanians and Hungarians try to avoid [drafts] and sitting on the ground when it’s cold outside at all costs. So please don’t try to open the window on a bus; you might get killed by an old lady.”

 

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