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but I’ve sat at the hotel pool converting my rands to euros (or other currencies), wondering if I can afford another piña colada, one too many times. That’s the thing about travelling on a weak currency. Unless you’ve been saving for months on end (and even sometimes when you have), there’s something about paying the equivalent of R400 for a margherita pizza at

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