I've hit seven countries in a month. Once I land, I head to an ATM and withdraw money from my Washington Mutual account. A couple of times, I've had no idea how much I was taking out. In the Czech Republic, you have the option of taking out thousands. I've never withdrawn thousands from a bank. (the other problem is, you take out 1000 Koruny and try to buy a bottle of water for 30 Kc... no one wants to make that kind of change)
So, I've been meaning to look these figures up for future reference. First, to answer someone's question: 50 Euros(€) = $67 USD
Currency Estimates Page as of May 30 (Source, XE.com)
You'll notice that in some of these countries, I could easily be a millionaire. That's why US dollars are actually accepted in a lot of Southeast Asian countries for tourism. I think. As always, I find out the real story when I arrive.
NOTE: Paypal takes about 3% of what's contributed to FeedTony.com. The bank and credit card companies also charge additional fees when I use them. Argh.