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    "Fish sweets"

    by Martinewezel Updated Jan 11, 2012

    "Save our injured wildlife", a resourceful idea. I saw this fish food dispenser in the Historic Seaport at the end of Margaret Street, where tons of fish gather off the Half Shell Raw Bar restaurant. They didn’t look injured to me. Quite the contrary ;-)

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    Getting money from an ATM....

    by mafootje Updated Jul 25, 2007

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    Getting money from an ATM. That's something that can cost you money. Depending on where you get it. I've seen ATM's that would charge up to 4 dollar if you'd use them. Especially try to avoid the small ATM's which you can find inside a gas station or a store, the fees of these machines are usually the highest.

    If you ad up the cost you're own bank will charge you for using an ATM outside the country. When you travel to places regulary you might want to take your money to a bank that isn't charging for the use of ATM's outside your country. Or consider taking a package in which these fees are waived.

    In the Netherlands there are banks which have those packages, there's also on bank that I know of which doesn't charge anything for ATM transactions.

    Unique Suggestions: If you really need to get cash from the ATM take a larger amount, please keep an eye on your money don't get mugged, pick pocketted or lose it.

    Fun Alternatives: You'd be smarter to go to a large shop like K-mart or something and use the cash-back option when buying sometime (for instance some chewing gum :-)). This is free of charge, the only thing you'd pay would be the charges of your own bank. That will save you money you can spend elsewhere.

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    Calling home from the US.....

    by mafootje Updated Jul 25, 2007

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    Calling home from the US.. There are a few ways to call from the US to your friend and family at home..You can put money in pay-phones, call from your hotel, use your mobile or use a calling card.. You can buy prepaid calling cards at shops, gas stations and newsstands. We us a calling (credit) card it can be used from payphones, private phones and hotel phones (beware most hotels charge you for using their phone even when it's a free number). With this card you call a free number and then your card number after this you can call home at a much nicer rate you would get elsewhere. Just visit Primus.
    The card itself is free no annual fees you'll only pay when you use it

    Unique Suggestions: Be aware that the card now has a Payphone fee which will cost you $0,99 per call. So if possible call from the hotel (and check if they don't charge you also) to avoid this fee.

    Oh and if anyone knows a cheaper way to call from the US to the Netherlands please let me know !

    Calling home...avoid the payphones.
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    Fill up your tank with gas....

    by mafootje Updated Jul 25, 2007

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    I wouldn't do that here, certainly now the prices are high everywhere. For some strange reason prices of gas in Key Largo are much cheaper as they are in Key West or even in Miami.

    So when driving in to the Keys fill up your car in Key Largo you should be able to get up and down the Keys with a full tank.

    But when in doubt if you would make it back it's also a good thing to fill up your car just a little bit.

    You could also check the most recent prices at this website.

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    Picture taken 2007

    Look out ! don't pay to much for gas.
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    Southernmost Point

    by jol1y Written Feb 20, 2006

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    While your here you might as well get the picture.
    Pick a quiet time if you can because it does end up
    a free for all, trying to get the photo.

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