metal moth wrote:Print based materials are so last century.
Everything's going electronic.
caliguy wrote:I import industrial machinery from the U.S and Europe. So part of my job is to fly back and forth from my home in the U.S. and Peru. Throughout the year I spend 6 months in Peru, and 6 months in the U.S. Been doing this since 2000.
victmanu wrote:The government announced it after they found chinese, corean and brazilian maffias making illegal mining in the south of Peru.
Philipc4u59 wrote:HOW CAN I BE OF SERVICE - TO YOU, MY FRIEND?
Elaborate on our dinning experience or other situations...
There should be like a field guide for brichera/o 's. Let's see David Attenborough do that!
metal moth wrote:Yeah, these forums are definitely not being run by Peruvians.
I know for a fact the latter is run by an American living in Jersey who hasn't set foot in Peru in a number of years.
adrian Thorne wrote:I have no problem with healthy competition, but not checking facts and being sectarian does make me wonder if this is spam.
inscop wrote:You inspired me! I am coming out of retirement to be a Playboy model photographer. Easy money, and OMG, the side benefits!
Sorry but the idea of cheese or beans is not BBQ to us
BBQ means anticuchos for example
SilverbackPeru wrote: are you against people with a different life style, which again is like having to listen to a certain type of untolerant Peruvian.
rubble wrote:All of those that I've encountered - selling their handicrafts, juggling or playing guitar in the local restuarants - have been Latinos or from Spain.
Suncha wrote:We have been renting furnished for 3 months and are having usage issues with the owners and what is acceptable usage to them vs what is average for our household.