Monday, March 30, 2009

Weakening Of Other People's Currency

The new silver lining is that American travelers, if they have the money to spend, can strike a bargain with other people's currency.

In Iceland, for example, the krona has tumbled as much as 45 percent (refer to graph). A South African safari costs some 30 percent less than it did last year. And in Estonia and the Ukraine, Americans can vacation like kings and queens.

Take a good look here.

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