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In May I am meeting a friend from Australia in Edinburgh (I live in USA). It booked a tour and she will split the cost with me. She said she will get U.S. dollars at her bank in Sydney and bring me cash when she meets me in Scotland. I would rather not be carrying around a lot of cash, Is there an easy, less expensive than a bank transfer way for her to repay me? (I think my bank charges at least $50 for a wire transfer.)

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