Lima, Peru | Monday, May 20, 2013 05:40 pm | | |
Choose a few days for the north coast of Peru means immersed in a universe with its own identity, a place where you can visit archaeological sites that have stunned the world and experience firsthand the traditions that last for thousands of years.
Besides its wealth of archaeological, Moche Route is a paradise for the senses. Since its restorative waters thermale to its peaceful northern beaches.
Here are the destinations to enjoy a tour of Moche Route.
I have a Vicuna pelt throw or blanket that my father bought in Peru back in 1948 when we lived in Panama. We had it lined around 1960, and it has been well kept. My sister also has one. We are wondering what the value of these blankets might be today, as we would like to sell them. Anyone have any ideas? [REPLY]
Thanks for very interesting article!
All you hear is "marketing, marketing, marketing," but even the large stores (especially supermarkets) don't seem to have a clue. One: should you find a product you like, you have to buy a great number of them since you will not find them replaced next time; two: often it takes a month or two for a product you liked and bought to return (if it does); three: prices on the items in the aisles turns out to be incorrect and a greater amount is charged at the checkout; three: if you contest a price (because you know what you have paid for the product the week before) they say the price has changed, but up by 10 soles? and then you come back the next week and it is on "oferta" for 20 soles less; four: miscoded items (such as codes for lasagna when it should be ravioli which is less expensive). The two worst supermarkets for this are Tottus and Plaza Vea. And then there is the illegal use of pins stuck into packages so that they become smaller and more can be packed onto the shelf. Not only is this illegal, it results in goods that are attacked by bugs or lose their freshness. Finally, even when you complain they do nothing to change all these practices. [REPLY]
Great page! Learned a lot from you! [REPLY]
I really don't understand all the fuss over hamburgers. Peru is a rich country on food, and if you want to pamper youself, you can do it with different Peruvian dishes. In North America, McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy, etc are meant for low income people - not to mention the obisity and other health issues related to it- and in Peru for American culture lovers who just want to show off. [REPLY]
Perú's retailers in a nutshell. No brand section and terrible customer service. They like to sell you the original product. But, if you would like to buy additional accessories, get product service or purchase replacement parts, "Forget about it!!" Peruanos don't really know the difference, so they just accept poor retail management as normal. [REPLY]
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Hi i'm interesting in buying wholesale t shirts100% cotton combed Jersey 140 g (plain ladies tee) from Peru
Anyone can recommened me good factory ? [REPLY]
I am looking for employment anywhere in Peru. I am Peruvian-American and can also speak French as well. I have a bachelor's degree in international business. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org [REPLY]