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If anyone wants to share...I'd be interested to know if any/estimate how much cash you brought down. You could always do a PM if that's more comfortable. Our hotel is all inclusive, but I don't want to go with no cash. However, I also don't want to bring too much. I was thinking... $200? Also, Jamaica accepts American money right? Thanks!!!!

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Loving this... I'm taking notes...

I do travel a lot... and always have the feeling that I forgot something :)

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Yes Jamaica accepts American money, they actually prefer it from what people have told me.  I too am curious how  much money other people are bring with.

 

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If anyone wants to share...I'd be interested to know if any/estimate how much cash you brought down. You could always do a PM if that's more comfortable. Our hotel is all inclusive, but I don't want to go with no cash. However, I also don't want to bring too much. I was thinking... $200? Also, Jamaica accepts American money right? Thanks!!!!



 

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Another money question... (I apologize for being nosy), did anyone take the trip to Dunns Falls in Ochos Rios? My fiance and I would like to do that one day. If so, how much is it to do that? Thank you!!!!!!smile03.gif

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Great thread! Canadian ladies... did any of you bring Canadian money for tipping? Or did you use pesos or USD? I imagine pesos are best...

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I did not take any Canadian money with me when I went to Mexico in 2010.  I bought mostly USD - lots of small bills for tipping.  I wish I had bought some pesos before I left instead of exchanging them through the resort.  The USD is fine for tipping, but when we went off the resort we needed pesos.  For my wedding in January, I will get a combination of USD and pesos.

 

Originally Posted by Manda123 View Post

Great thread! Canadian ladies... did any of you bring Canadian money for tipping? Or did you use pesos or USD? I imagine pesos are best...



 

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