woodchuck wrote:Is there any legitimate reason why tourists are only now allowed 90 days?
I would imagine that allowing tourists to stay longer than 90 days would be good for the economy.
woodchuck wrote:The room is not free; it is AVAILABLE!
woodchuck wrote:Nice article, thanks.
I am looking to purchase a used golf cart in any condition to use in Huaral.
Thanks for your help.
P.S. When I listen about corruption in Peru , i do not know why but inmediately after, I imagine a modern French Guillotine
woodchuck wrote:I am glad to see that at least one Peruvian bank is not taking advantage of expats.
With all those extra soles, will you be buying breakfast soon?
agantuk wrote:No, have tried different browsers, different computers - same result.
Called Migraciones just now and was told that Tasa Anual has been abolished. Is this true?
woodchuck wrote:I am a size 45 & can sometimes find in Tottus for a fair price.
donadpree wrote:We will be in Lima for 3 months and would love to find people to play bridge with. Does anybody play, and where? Thank you.
dannyd0sh wrote:Can anyone help me with a website or someone in buying a plot of land more interested in rural areas any recommendations