Old Sep 2, 19, 10:50 pm
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Antarius
 
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Originally Posted by carlosnunez.dfw View Post
For context, based on today's exchange rate, 442 INR is about $7 USD
That doesn't really add context as 7 USD, while high for fruit doesn't barometer it against what the rest of the stay cost. At a store, a dozen bananas likely cost something like 40 rupees. Which means he paid 65 times the market rate for a banana. Which is absolutely absurd.

Also, the whole stay likely cost him a hundred USD odd per night, which makes this even more crazy.
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