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where can i get polish zloty currency??

aaron14danni Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
I remember having a hard time trying to get swiss francs fromthe post office cos apparently there not a "popular currency" I only want about £150 exchange but where can I get them from?
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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suspended#1
Poland :)
#2
Travel agency, Tesco (only in certain extra stores) and marks and sparks.
#3
DarkKnight
Poland :)
Wish I'd thought of that. :-D

Did you sort xmas day out btw?
suspended#4
deek72
Wish I'd thought of that. :-D

Did you sort xmas day out btw?


Well we kind of celebrated Christmas today as everyone wasn't so sick, but i couldn't eat it as i still am. I've only had one meal since Christmas Eve :-(

I've heard that another aunt, my two cousins, one of their friends and my mothers friend also have the virus, although they haven't been anywhere near our house. So it looks like it's hitting the UK quite hard so i would recommend to take care if it does get to where you live.

I was very sick last Christmas too actually, i was working in a temporary job and my last week i had to complete to avoid losing any bonuses or my job (a lot of laying off's)
Almost everyone else stayed at home but i did a full 50 hour or something week which was torture.

I'm feeling much better than Christmas Day though, so thank you for your concern :)
#5
faevilangel
Travel agency, Tesco (only in certain extra stores) and marks and sparks.

and post office....
#6
We got ours from our local Post office, worth asking and ordering beforehand as it is best to take as lower denomination as possible.When you use trams, trains and local shops for small purchases they are not keen on the larger notes.
#7
DarkKnight
Well we kind of celebrated Christmas today as everyone wasn't so sick, but i couldn't eat it as i still am. I've only had one meal since Christmas Eve :-(

I've heard that another aunt, my two cousins, one of their friends and my mothers friend also have the virus, although they haven't been anywhere near our house. So it looks like it's hitting the UK quite hard so i would recommend to take care if it does get to where you live.

I was very sick last Christmas too actually, i was working in a temporary job and my last week i had to complete to avoid losing any bonuses or my job (a lot of laying off's)
Almost everyone else stayed at home but i did a full 50 hour or something week which was torture.

I'm feeling much better than Christmas Day though, so thank you for your concern :)


Pleased you're feeling better!

Better late than never, eh?
#8
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suspended#9
deek72
Pleased you're feeling better!

Better late than never, eh?


Thank you :)
Yes you are right, i just hate it that the sickness bugs have to hit at Christmas, if it was any other day in the year then i wouldn't mind haha :-D
I think i might be up to having a meal now actually, how does noodle soup sound?
#11
We exchanged it at tesco a year or so ago, we had to order it though which took 3 days iirc
#12
Thomas Cook.
banned#13
I've got like 500 z's from my trip I used my Nationwide cash card to get them when I got there with free withdrawal.

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