valentina.tirado-garza wrote: I am Venezuelan but I am here as a tourist.
Chino2056 wrote:Who knows someone who has had a bad or traumatic experience in Peru?
Alpineprince wrote:I am thankful they have arrived in Peru and have brought their cuisine. I have a Shawarma once a week!
woodchuck wrote:I wonder how the other Embassies (UK, Canada, Australia, Spain, etc.) handle this issue?
PaulineSinclair wrote:I want to rent a house in Lima, in which location is the price reasonable and convenient for traffic? Thank you
windsportinperu wrote:I drove there about 15 years ago, when it was not as popular as now. At that time it was an unpaved dusty road
People must be previously acclimatized it is at 3,500 meter above sea level, higher than Cusco at 3,200
The scenery is great
Wiracocha wrote:G'day Beep beep. It is 7 postings under this one, with the topic I wrote. If you cannot see it, I can't explain that. aww
windsportinperu wrote:Formidable 1 wrote: In Chile, Peruvian pisco is labeled aguardiente or destilado de uva.
You are right. And at the moment they drink it as Pisco-Sour , they know they are drinking Pisco, Ironic, Isn't it ?
windsportinperu wrote:Formidable 1 wrote: When distilling, it's necessary to add water.
windsportinperu wrote:I had it several times. No aroma and no flavor
Did you know that they add water to reduce the level of alcohol ?