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Travel money/ debit cards

Roch, United Kingdom
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Travel money/ debit cards

Can anyone who has recently visited Kamari tell me if there is any problems paying for meals in the tavernas with pre loaded debit cards, such as tomson, thomas cook etc. I'm getting mixed info regarding the use of them in Greece. Thanks for any info once again.

Sandbach, United...
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11. Re: Travel money/ debit cards

<< Greek-traveller, it was written on T.A. that the A.T.M.'s sometimes run out & are not replenished as quickly as back home. >>

That may well have been me lol, as I said in my posts above, that's been my experiences in previous years, although, as I say, things seem to be improving.

I don't think you'll have any problems Ian.


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12. Re: Travel money/ debit cards

Cash is king in Kamari - we took a bunch of travelers cheques last year and ended up travelling to the other side of the island to cash them in. Dont be discouraged though, the crime rate is virtually non-existant over there so dont worry about taking cash.

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13. Re: Travel money/ debit cards

We took cash to be on the safe side.

14. Re: Travel money/ debit cards

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