I'm doing the Everest base camp trek at the end of this month and I was wondering what everyone does about currency denominations? I understand that teahouses would prefer small denomination notes so I was going to avoid the and notes and stick to the smaller denominations but then I'll end up carrying a huge wad of notes around with me?! Is this just what everyone does? USD tends to be used for ease of comparison and are not actually used. That said, if yu are getting the visa on arrival it will be a little cheaper to get some USD from home. Take a mixture of denominations.
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The act created a decimal currency by creating the following coins: tenth dollar , one-twentieth dollar , one-hundredth dollar. In addition the act created the dollar , half dollar , and quarter dollar coins. All of these coins are still minted in Since the suspension in  of convertibility of paper U.
When a shortage of coin prevented him from paying his troops, Jacques de Meulles—the administrator of the French colony of New France—resorted to using playing cards. De Meulles only intended his playing card money to be a temporary back-up to specie. When coin arrived in the next boat from France, he promptly redeemed the entire issue.
There are pennies, or pence, to the pound. Familiarise yourself with British currency with the following traveller information. It's worth shopping around to get the best deal — compare the exchange rates on offer and don't forget to ask about commission.
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