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    Control Your Holiday Spending – Avoiding Your Expenses Spinning Out Of Control

    There are many fees that are associated to purchase travel money and you should become informed of them before exchanging or purchasing and currency. Each exchange rate will depend on the country and the company you are purchasing the currency from. Sometimes the exchange rate is in your benefit as you will get more money for your dollar, but sometimes the exchange rate is low and you will get less money for your dollar.

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    Getting Better Exchange Rates With Currency Cards

    Once you compare exchange rates offered by the various banks and credit card companies, you will come to realize that prepaid currency cards are the cheapest way to go when traveling abroad. Most financial institutions will charge a 2% premium plus a three pound transaction fee for currency conversions. Prepaid cards are a new, safe and more affordable option to carrying your money during foreign travel.

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    Make Buying Travel Money A Breeze

    When you are looking to go abroad you need to make sure you have the right currency and that you have a smooth transaction between your money and that you wish to purchase. This article gives you the advice you need so you know everything you need to and the right advice to buying travel money.

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    Buy Foreign Exchange When Journeying Abroad

    For those that are planning on visiting another country whether on business or for pleasure it is always a good idea to buy foreign exchange. There are many different payment methods accepted around the world and each of them require some type of small surcharge for the currency conversion.

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    Six Tips for Holiday Air Travel

    Airline travel has become increasingly complicated lately and holiday travel has become almost unbearable. Here are a few tips that will save your sanity and help you keep the holiday spirit and enjoy the time with friends and family.

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    Travel Cambodia – Phnom Penh, Angkor Wat, Sihanoukville

    Cambodia is a land on the mend. From 1977 through 1980, the Khmer Rouge ruled the country, fanatics bent on genocide. Millions were killed and the period was put to film in the movie, “The Killing Fields.” Fortunately, those days are over and the country is becoming a tourist destination.

    Cambodia is a land of incredible contrast. Thick forest, mountains and pristine rivers compliment amazing white beaches. When you get down to it, however, travelers know Cambodia for two things, Angkor Wat and the nastiest roads around. But, let’s not get ahead of

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