Hey there, I’m Evelyn Gallardo and I’mSabrina.
And, we’re coming to you from the DiscoveryBeach House in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica, and we’re sitting on the terrace, just havingour morning coffee, right outside the master bedroom, looking out at the ocean.
Anyway, welcome to FAQ, our frequently askedquestions, and Michelle Fichetti, from Bloomfield, West Virginia, wants to know, “What is thecurrency exchange rate?” Great question.
Turn you over to Sabrina, she’s our concierge.
Well hello there.
Well basically the currency rate can fluctuatealmost on a daily basis, so it’s always good to take a look and see what it is.
But the easiest system to follow is basicallytaking a look at a thousand mil is not a thousand dollars but you just get rid of all theseextra zeros and you times that by two.
Yeah, the first number by two.
So basically, that’s two dollars.
A mil is two dollarsTwo mil is four dollars.
The five, one of my favorites because of thelittle monkey right there, that’s ten dollars.
And, the sloth over here, that’s twentydollars.
And, the twenty mil, with the little hummingbird,that’s forty dollars.
And, pretty much the exchange over here inManuel Antonio, they’re so use to tourists, that they’ll accept American dollars aswell as your Colones.
They’ll actually give you the price of yourdollars and then as well as the price of your Colones.
Right, and don’t exchange your money atthe airport because they give a terrible exchange at the exchange booth.
You want to go to a national bank and thetaxi driver will accept dollars.
So, I hope this was helpful Michelle and thankyou for that great question Michelle Fichetti by the way.
And, so, thank you for joining us for ourQ&A.