windsportinperu wrote:Dolphins seen in Front of the OCean . In Costa Verde , Lima City ...
noclevername wrote:I think Mexico is pulling a Trump.
Alan wrote: Or maybe
Wiracocha wrote:@ Beep beep. It's kinda like [/size] squaring numbers. eg. 2 x 2=4, 4 x 4=16 ,16 x 16=256 etc etc.
windsportinperu wrote:The numbers of infected people in Peru is not going out of Control : it jump from 86 to 117 and then 127 . Very low numbers considering how fast this sickness could grow
windsportinperu wrote:It is needed full spanish knowledge to understand the next video
Alan wrote:69roadrunner wrote:At last, a sane politician.
Would you feel the same way if you lived there?
MarcoPE wrote: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.
windsportinperu wrote:Some of you guys are maybe wondering, Why Coronavirus is not strong in Peru ? yet.. ?
woodchuck wrote:I have been depressed as a good friend of mine just passed away.
Is there any legal supplement available that can make me feel better?
What has anyone tried for depression?
woodchuck wrote:If anyone knows where I can purchase, please PM me.
carloso wrote:Oof. What about interviews and stuff? For immigration, not tourist visas. I had my interview in September and I'm about to file an I-601. Presumably, I would need to have another interview after the I-601 goes through. I thought it was USCIS that handled green cards.
FDiH wrote: But I must say that MTV looks a bit like it has passed its glory days a while ago. The city looks like it hasn't been maintained in many years. Most roads and pavements are broken, lots of run-down buildings.
FDiH wrote:Quick heads-up for people departing with an international flight (most leave at night). The time it takes you to get through immigration and customs on week days is 45 to 90 minutes. Apparently it takes even longer during weekends.
woodchuck wrote:Is it possible to rent a good USED car in Peru similar to the options available in the US?
What are the best companies & ones to stay away from?
What should I expect to pay for a 30-day rental?
Happy New Year 2020 & best wishes.
Wiracocha wrote:I really don't see the point in going for a driver's licence here
Alpineprince wrote:You can get a unlocked Motorola G6 (32 GB) at Ripley right now for about $100!
woodchuck wrote:People have told us the Bitel cell phones use inferior components