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An American in Lima
 Autor
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Peru
 Categoria
Opinion
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 Registro
2008/08/11

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Ultimos Posts

1. 12/03/2011 17:55 - Peru Spared Tsunami Damage ?. Montesinos & Guzman to Star in New ?Swept Away?

Ha ha. Not. Spent yesterday waiting for the tsunami to hit the coast of Lima. Reports on RPP news put it at 6:00, then 7:45 p.m. , then 8:30 p.m. In the end, waves measured only 1 meter (3 1/2 feet) high along the coastline of Peru’s capital. Dozens of people were evacuated from flood-prone Callao, including two of the most closely guarded inmates of the naval jail, RPP repor...



2. 08/03/2011 13:13 - My Own Brush with a Violent Protest in Lima

After writing yesterday’s tongue-in-cheek post about the U.S. Embassy warning about foreigners getting swept up in political demonstrations in Peru, I realized that I had nearly been caught in a violent protest myself. (To my credit, I had no illusion that it was a folkloric event .) It was in May 2000, when Fujimori was storming his way to a third presidential term, and prot...



3. 07/03/2011 17:34 - U.S. Embassy to Tourists in Peru: Don?t Confuse Political Protests with Folk Dancing

Yes, this is a fiesta. No, it is not a political rally. (See other photos.) Maybe it?s the mood I?m in lately, but I found this recent Warden Message (sent from the U.S. Embassy to U.S. expats in Peru, via email) rather hilarious. The embassy warns that gringos have been arrested in prior years for inadvertently participating in political demonstrations that they mistook for folklo...



4. 28/11/2010 19:40 - If This Ad Doesn?t Make You Want to Come to Peru, Then?

I came across this 30-spot by PromPeru while searching online for poetry in Quechua. The actors speak a few lines in the language of the Incas (still spoken by millions of Andean people today), with the text subtitled in Quechua and Spanish. As the clouds part to reveal Machu Picchu at sunrise, a voiceover intones in English, “Pack your six senses. Come to Peru, Land of the I...



5. 27/11/2010 09:45 - Expat Bloggers Agree: Don?t Drink Tap Water in Peru

Tony of HowToPeru has posted a useful survey piece on whether it’s safe to drink the tap water in Peru ( Drinking Water in Peru: Safe or Unsound ?). The opinions culled are those of expats (including me) currently living in the country, so while the piece does not cite scientific evidence, it is based on hard-earned personal experience from bloggers in Lima, Cusco, Iquitos, P...





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