danjaker wrote:panman wrote:danjaker wrote:Anyone know of any survival schools around the Lima area, (based around the Lima area) - Survivalist instruction, that kind of thing ?
Surely SJM can't be that bad, can it?
danjaker wrote:Anyone know of any survival schools around the Lima area, (based around the Lima area) - Survivalist instruction, that kind of thing ?
jayrodblue wrote:Hello Panman,
I have PM´d you with a response.
thecohen wrote: I moved here from NYC 2.5 months ago and am now a full time Limeño.
caliguy wrote:considering we buy pan everyday, it's not something i consider to be addicted to. "Sublime" is more up my alley for something thats a little hard to resist, especially when it gets peddled in your face on the bus.
adrian Thorne wrote:Five Palms Steak and Seafood Restaurant
3500 E. Sunrise Drive
Tucson, AZ 85718
http://fivepalms.com/tucson/dovinos-win ... rmet-shop/
chi chi wrote:
Every year, less people are getting married. Especially weddings in church are dropping. (Maybe it has something to do with all the schandals that surround the church.)
chi chi wrote:danjaker wrote:you can always go to polvos azules, they will have all that there.
And what they don't have, they get it for you by the next day. But don't ask them where they got it from.
ironchefchris wrote:It may be cliché and beyond painfully obvious: LAWYER UP. Surprised that wasn't the first thought for the both of you. Good luck to your friend.
Its a small 4x4, also known as the Mitsubishi Pajero
chi chi wrote:teamoperu wrote:I saw a dead rat in the streets of Taramoto.
At least in Tarapoto it's dead. Lima is full of rats and they are all alive.
tomsax wrote:I disagree. It still is a great country, whatever the grammar you choose.
rsordillo wrote: are there any other schools to avoid?