Currency exchange is most profitable in specialized exchange offices, which exist in all major cities of the island. You have to pay attention not only to the exchange rate, but also to the commission charged, as it may be up to 15% of the convertible sum. In every city you can find exchangers marked ‘no commission,’ which means that the fee won’t be charged.
It’s convenient to travel around the island by car. Local drivers differ with strict observance of traffic rules, so roads are pretty safe. It is also worth considering that while driving pedestrians crossing the road has to be taken into account, as they may appear at any place.
Phone booths, from which you can call anywhere in the world, are widespread. They accept special plastic cards or coins. Calls from phone near the hotel or directly from the hotel would be the most expensive.
Buses on the island are cruising from early morning till late at night. You can get by bus literally to every town and village. Locals are very responsive, so it’s always possible to beg for help and ask how to get to the object of interest. If the attraction is in walking distance, it’s quite possible that local residents will offer to show the way and help to get to the desired object.
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