Alpineprince wrote:State dept. put out a level 4 travel advisory. You should have gotten an email?
Wiracocha wrote:Thanks Windy. Whoops, I think that I know why I put it in Spanish here...I had posted it on Facebook in Spanish and just copied & pasted here without thinking. So, it wasn't the bat-soup virus !!
Here in Peru, not a single word from any of the banks I deal with, not a single word from my health insurance provider; just a single text this morning (Sunday, March 16th) from the minister of health telling me to wash my hands for 20 seconds....THAT IS IT.
woodchuck wrote:In a CONDOMINIUM project, the owners own the improved land & the purchasers own the homes.
DonaldDale wrote:ahh.. even cross the border even 3 days then back? Just like that?
woodchuck wrote: "there are no vendors here today that sell CBD oil".
Unfortunately due to unforeseeable circumstances
carloso wrote:That's a damned shame. I did some digging around and found out that some people in Centro are selling what they claim to be CBD oil
69roadrunner wrote:Uruguay and Chile at the top Peru and Bolivia at the bottom.
https://www.brookings.edu/opinions/the- ... n-america/
windsportinperu wrote:Beautiful Video makes by a Japanese Guy...
I took the tittle of this thread from the description of his next video:
woodchuck wrote:I have a newly-retired friend in the US that will be relocating to Peru.
He is seeking a location that offers:
1. Sunny/warm weather year-round.
2. Within 2 hours of Lima.
3. Reasonable house/land prices.
Any help will be greatly appreciated (realtors welcome to reply).
windsportinperu wrote:No serious worker in the building area, recommend Pino Radiata. They work with Tornillo or Cedro.
The situation gets works, when buying Furniture made of Pino Radiata,