Holy smoke ...that is the most twisted thing I witnessed for a long time ....there is really something wrong with Us people.ironchefchris wrote:http://munchies.vice.com/articles/cooki ... e=vicefbus
I know at least 3 who work at Camachopanman wrote:tupacperu wrote:ICPNA in Chiclayo use to hire undocumented teachers.
That was 4 years ago.. They are also in Lima
How many undocumented teachers do you know who used to work at ICPNA Chiclayo?
chi chi wrote:Pizzas are some of the easiest things to make.
You just need yeast, flour, salt, wáter and eggs.
Dave wrote:chi chi wrote: It's not a law of nature that convenience must be inversely proportional to quality.
Followthesun wrote:It appears that some expats have too much free time and just want to chat and go - off topic.
gringolandia wrote:So strange to hear about rising rents. Everyone I've been talking to has been saying rents have been going down a lot due to a glut of housing.
Well yeah..fruit storesFollowthesun wrote:Many people tell me vitamins are much more expensive here than in US.
Are there certain businesses/stores that sell quality vitamins at good prices here?
Do you recommend buying vitamins online from Peruvian companies?
Only when you buy stuff in Vivanda ..I lived in Barcelona before and the difference isnt that big...anyway Lima isnt a cheap place to live anymore compared 4 years ago.leosmutter wrote: but even the things i buy at the supermarket. The prices vary from a 25% to 100% surcharge compared to ES.
Followthesun wrote:Do you feel I should file a complaint with Ripley?
tupacperu wrote:If the owner cannot keep up with his mortgage/legal obligation, that is not my issue. But then that is just me