#1
so ive got like 6000 pesos but its comes out to like 450 american and i need to get it exchanged can i do this at like most banks? or would i have to go to the boarder?
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#2
the bank.
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#4
bureau de change, your bank
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#5
^ well i just called the bank by kinda near my place its a smaller branch but they dont do it there....
but your saying that bigger ones will?
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#6
Just go to any main street or town center and they're bound to have a foreign currency exchange place.
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#8
What a question. A bank or Forex will do, but banks often charge more.

You could always go looking for eses in the streets to give you change.
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#10
airport maybe? seems like some do, not sure tho
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#11
Your toilet.


You put it in, then flush.
Wait 3 minutes and the exchanged money will be sitting on top of the toilet tank.

Clever things, those toilets.
#12
hmm aight well im gona go on an adventure and try some places
wish me luck, i hope it works. gona buy alot oh pot
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#13
How did you happen upon 6000 pesos? hmmm?
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#14
^ haha i pirated them off a boat. along with one viking helmet
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#15
Since when did Mexicans have boats!?

Even the Cubans only have homemade rafts made out of doors. And everyone knows that Cubans> Mexicans.

Edit: Cool.
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#16
haha no it wasnt a mexicans boat it was rich americans that went to mexico and had 6000 pesos in a jar, and the boat was sinking so i took it. that was quite the adventure
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#17
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Since when did Mexicans have boats!?

Even the Cubans only have homemade rafts made out of doors. And everyone knows that Cubans> Mexicans.

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