Re: [93attendees] what currency is widely used in Czech?

Carlos Martinez <> Fri, 17 July 2015 16:20 UTC

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I'm a bit tired of people calling Colombia Columbia. Columbia is not a country.
And it's certainly not 'drug stricken'. It's a country that's has had a lot of
problems but has improved dramatically. It's a success history for those who
believe that 'drug stricken' countries cannot ever recover.

You are all invited for LACNIC 24 in Bogotá, Colombia, which has amazing food
and, except for the traffic, is a beautiful city.

And BTW, if you feel insecure in Praga, you haven't been out there in the world

On Fri, Jul 17, 2015 at 6:10 PM, Jan Novak < [] > wrote:
I like these discussions, its like travelling into drug-wars stricken Columbia –
just put

your wallet into the inside pocket of your jacket and you will never encounter

problem J . There are trillions of tourist there at this time of the year so you will be

out many to spot …


From: 93attendees [] On Behalf Of Luis Balbinot
Sent: 17 July 2015 16:44
To: Daniel Harkins
Cc: Derick Winkworth; Ladislav Lhotka; Yoav Nir;; Carsten
Bormann; Lisa Lorenzin
Subject: Re: [93attendees] what currency is widely used in Czech?

Locals do not use single trip tickets on the public transportation system so if
you do you are easily spotted as a tourist. The IETF free pass will help, but
warn your companions and/or relatives.


On Jul 10, 2015 6:32 PM, "Daniel Harkins" < [] > wrote:

On 7/10/15, 8:40 AM, "93attendees on behalf of Lisa Lorenzin" < [] on behalf of [] > wrote:

I see it a little differently; my hope is that wearing a PacSafe bag and
carrying it cross-body in front of me (rather than at my side or back) marks me
as someone more aware of the issue - and thus higher potential difficulty for a
thief - leading pickpockets to pass me up for someone who looks like an easier
mark. I don't have to outrun the bear...

There is a wide spectrum of crime between pickpocketing and getting shot.

Wearing a PacSafe bag cross-body in front is a signal that you got something

valuable. You are making yourself look like the tastiest morsel for that bear.

When walking around foreign cities I follow the old saying, “the nail that

up gets the hammer.” I try my best to look local or at least not so much like

a tourist but even if I do I don’t look like the one to rob— large wallet in

PacSafe bag cross-body in front of me….

Be safe,




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Sent: Friday, July 10, 2015 11:36 AM

To: Derick Winkworth

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Subject: Re: [93attendees] what currency is widely used in Czech?

On Jul 10, 2015, at 5:03 PM, Derick Winkworth < [] < [] > > wrote:

Having traveled a bit, and having been robbed before, I'm quite comfortable with
the expensive bag with anti-theft features.

So have I, but I think a bag like that marks you as a potential target.


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