chi chi wrote:danjaker wrote: Everybody is ENTITLED to a comfortable lifestyle. They are entitled to it.
I am truly sorry for your loss but who in his right mind puts 5grand in his handbag in Lima...sorry thats beyond mecaliguy wrote:loss: $5000 cash, passport, credit cards, iphone, keys to my home in L.A. some items i brought for a member on this website and various other important info
Why would anybody in Spain would get Peruvian wine even if its for free Sorry, there are a lot of really nice things here in Peru...national red wine isnt one of thoseKenBE wrote:MrEd wrote:I doubt Peruvian wine is cheaper in Spain than in Peru though.
Thats a joke right?? Connection outside the tourism bubble of Miraflores and San Isidro is horrific !!wowiloveperucuisine wrote: I've heard Lima has the best internet in South America, and from what I've seen I'm inclined to agree.
And that what the initial post is about !...this guys who elected Peru certainly not visit Chifas or Chicharrones jointsSilverbackPeru wrote:Mid range to high however is extremely good here. For food of that quality you would have to pay a lot back home
mammamia wrote:All this sounds ridiculous but I think that many Peruvians suffer an inferiority complex toward something foreign .
No...why should he do that ? He is here to stir up the bunch once in a while, nothing elseteamoperu wrote:Respect that you took the time, guiri, to look it up and post a correction. Now I wonder if chi chi will be able to man up and say "my bad " too?
So..? You are not doing it?danjaker wrote:If I was "living the life" as he says, I would be living the life, not spending everyday on chatrooms and forums talking about it.. lol -
I wonder where you got that number from..?mammamia wrote:[
About 80% of the world's population who believe that marriage is a good thing would never understand you and your gf's parents.