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CAA Cash Passports

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I found out about these great Cash Passports from Canadian Automobile Association. What they are, are they are like debit cards loaded with the currency of your country ie: CDN/USD etc... So they can put as much as you want to a limit I am sure and you can withdraw from any VISA ATM machine, but the only downfall is $3.00 per transaction, but if you think about it, it's really not so bad if you take out cash for a few days. They are safer than travelers cheques as if they get wet it's still going to work and they give you two cards, so you can leave one at home (just in case you run out of cash someone back home can reload it) or you can stash one in another piece of luggage in case the other is lost.

Just thought I would share that with all the great Canadian travelers. I am sure there is something similar if you're not Canadian.

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