Keeping Calm and Carrying on in London: When Travel Gets Tough

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With my freshly stamped passport in hand, I made my way out of the non-EU-citizens passport control line and over towards the ATMs lining the wall at London Stansted airport. I had just enough time to withdraw some pounds before catching my National Express bus to the city center. Normally I like to come to a new country with cash currency already in hand, but thanks to bank holidays and my work schedule the week leading up to the trip, I hadn’t had time to switch my euros for quid at my local La Caixa before getting on the plane. No problem, I can just withdraw when I get there. Right? [Read more]