caliguy wrote:i saw a lot of bare footed people. those Brits really know how to party
panman wrote:Whatever was done anywhere in the world to welcome the New Year, I think London can proudly say that they put on the best firework display ever.
guerinto wrote:go inside and request a manual transaction for a larger amount.
gringuano wrote:My wedding was around $4,000 if I remember correctly. Included the rental of, what is considered by Peruvian standards, a mansion, food, music, large tent, waiters and dance floor.
fanning wrote:In Miraflores there is a law that allows you to sell the 'aires' of your old house, in which constructors in other areas can build even higher apartment buildings.
teamoperu wrote:Abandoned. Pimentel Beach. Right on the malecon. Restore it, turn it into a hobby B&B.
(Too bad it is structurally unsound.)
teamoperu wrote:But I didn't hear this on my favourite radio station. The radio station was repetitive about there not being any welfare system needed in Cuba.
street legal wrote:amigorick wrote:Got the field guide "Birds of Peru" and a pair of compact Nikon binoculars. They'll both get a lot of use.
Great gifts. Being it's Peru, you'll be pulling a bird in no time.
teamoperu wrote:The poor only got 2 free buns a day and even then they were day olds.