We have discussed before re. pound versus Euro. I believed that sterling would recover. Now I am not sure. I have just returned from Kenya and no-one wanted Pounds. Even the Hotel porter asked me for euro or Dollars and did not want the pound. Was the same everywhere.
Twas a bit tongue in the cheek! Although I did think it worth comment. The majority of visitors there were British. Seeing how impoverished the Kenyans are I thought they would have accepted Pounds. He took $5 but not £5 😕
I find it very strange 😕 Usually third world countries will/would accept anything. We had to change our sterling into Kenyan shillings. My Brother then got confused with the exchange rate and afterwards realised he had just tipped a driver the equivalent of his months wages. 😆
I am sure your Son will love Mauritius, the Indian Ocean is sooo warm.
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