November 23 2010 4:25 PM EST
anyone from there? :) me and alisa are going there for a holiday soon =x
November 23 2010 4:29 PM EST
Whereabouts are you going and when? Me and GL are UK. So is G Beee and Freed and Wasp, possibly some others.
November 23 2010 4:48 PM EST
Sebidach might be in Germany, but I'm entirely sure where he lives now.
well if you are on the east coast of Canada and stuck at YQM (Moncton international airport) ill come hang out and bring you some coffee!
I'm still in Germany. If you travel through Berlin, I'd be glad to show you around, or even offer a place to stay. Though you might come some other time, we currently have a rather hectic situation because of terrorist threats.
I'm just outside of London now, but close enough to count! :P
November 24 2010 5:23 AM EST
lol cool... we are actually gona spend a few days in london then gona drive up north
November 25 2010 6:20 AM EST
anyone has any idea is it cheaper to exchange SGD to GBP in singapore or in UK?
November 25 2010 11:10 AM EST
Making exchanging at my bank is a hassle, so I always wait until I arrive in another country. Even if the exchange is slightly worse, it's worth the convenience to me. However, shop around at the airport. I got stuck in a country one time where the only place around was a Western Union office. I lost my shirt on that deal.
November 25 2010 11:36 AM EST
In 99 of 100 times it's cheaper to exchange your own currency for others in your home country.
November 25 2010 2:07 PM EST
well if anyone has xchange numbers from UK i can compare it against mine here
November 25 2010 2:31 PM EST
No clue if you're coming into Gatwick or Heathrow, but here's Gatwick Airport's currency site:
It lists the airport's exchange vendors with image links. So for Travelex, you can view their exchange rates here:
That link shows that 1 quid is going for 1.968 Singapore dollar. However, I don't see anything on either link that mentions fees.
Never change money at an airport. You'll always get a better rate at a big bank/ travel agents in town
November 26 2010 5:00 AM EST
wasp any rates for me? :)
November 26 2010 12:47 PM EST
You won't see a difference if you exchange your money in Singapore or England; exchange rates in different countries are about the same.
Just don't exchange your money in an airport, like Wasp said.
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