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Posted by: Scar on Thursday August 16, 2018 (08:07:20) (573 Reads)
Lima is the capital of Peru, and one of the largest cities in South America. Given its size, it is unsurprising that Lima is home to a lot of LGBT+ life. However, given that it is also a Peruvian city, views towards queer people can be very conservative compared to more liberal parts of the world. more ...
Posted by: scar on Saturday September 26, 2015 (14:15:31) (2731 Reads)
The main modes of public transport in Peru are the trains, buses, taxicabs, mototaxis, and micros. Most modes of transport balance practicality with cost; unfortunately, with little regard to safety! Most of the cheaper modes of public transport are not particularly safe but they are very popular and in some cases, they may be the only available choice. more ...
Posted by: scar on Wednesday September 23, 2015 (12:32:01) (14376 Reads)
Are you thinking about moving to Peru but you don’t know what awaits you? Most people will talk about the warmth of the locals, the unique surf spots, the untouched beauty of this land, and the awe-inspiring historical sites. While all of this is true, Peru also has a few “surprises” that are not as pleasant. Here are five things you should know before moving to Peru. more ...
Posted by: scar on Tuesday September 15, 2015 (13:10:24) (2094 Reads)
Peru houses a multi-ethnic society and although the language most widely spoken is Spanish, portions of the population also speak native languages. Peru is perhaps most famous worldwide its rich ancient history dating back to the Inca Empire. Today it stands as a developing nation with one of the fastest growing economies in the world. If you’re thinking about moving there, here are some helpful tips for expats driving in Peru. more ...
Posted by: scar on Wednesday September 09, 2015 (14:51:42) (1465 Reads)
One of the main reasons people visit Peru is to see Machu Picchu. The ancient Incan city is one of the most sought after tourist attractions on the planet. With the beautiful Andes Mountains in the background, it really isn’t a surprise that this place tends to be on everyone’s bucket list. However, there is so much to do in the country apart from visiting Machu Picchu. Here’s a list of experiences that should not be overlooked. more ...