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    Quote Originally Posted by frederickykfoo View Post
    It is an eye opener.
    You call this eye opener?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Wah very demanding. He should SMS you too, eh? Personal concierge?
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    I walked around cologne train station this morning before I get back to Sin and some electronic stores are selling the D600 at about Euro 20xx, looks slightly higher than "that shop" I went. My understanding you can get about 12% back in ariport(after some service costs). exchange rate is about SGD 1.60 = Euro 1.00 so it should about SGD 28xx.00 before you declare at Sin Airport.

    I have ask my "dear' friend to help me upload some photos , so do enjoy them. Sorry I did not do much shooting on those new launch camera as my time is limited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raimager View Post
    I walked around cologne train station this morning before I get back to Sin and some electronic stores are selling the D600 at about Euro 20xx, looks slightly higher than "that shop" I went. My understanding you can get about 12% back in ariport(after some service costs). exchange rate is about SGD 1.60 = Euro 1.00 so it should about SGD 28xx.00 before you declare at Sin Airport.

    I have ask my "dear' friend to help me upload some photos , so do enjoy them. Sorry I did not do much shooting on those new launch camera as my time is limited.
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    Good to see photos from home! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ageha
    Good to see photos from home! :-)
    You're German? :-P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    You're German? :-P
    Let me check my passport... Yup, I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ageha View Post
    Let me check my passport... Yup, I am.
    You had to check your passport? Tsk tsk tsk
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    Oh, then you must have missed the Germany Pork leg , I shared in a resturant with my freind, it taste better than the fish that I order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raimager
    Oh, then you must have missed the Germany Pork leg , I shared in a resturant with my freind, it taste better than the fish that I order.
    There's a nice one at Magma in singapore too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae

    There's a nice one at Magma in singapore too
    All rubbish compared to the real thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amritsg

    All rubbish compared to the real thing.
    Well yes, but you make do with what you can when so far away from the source. ;-)

    Biggest difference is, of course, the pork itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae

    Well yes, but you make do with what you can when so far away from the source. ;-)

    Biggest difference is, of course, the pork itself.
    True that.

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    so yes, also I realised the food there are more on the salty side. Surprisingly not very expensive, i spent average near Euro 15-20+ per meal for "dinner in" shops. the more economic food are burger and pizza which range from about Euro 1+ to 3 that you can buy from those shops in the train station but they are cold due to the weather there(10 - 20 Deg C). The value meal from McDonald is about Euro 6.99 with a few selection of burger + large fries and mid size drinks .

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