En esta ocasión hablo con tres extranjeros que han realizado la heróica proeza de hacer empresa en el Perú.
In order to expose this, we talked to three diferent expats that have their own operations going on in Peru.
If you go a place many times, it makes sense to leave a good tip, because the waiter is going to remember you and try to be a better waiter next time.
Speaking of family, Hans has done a podcast this week about making friends in a foreign country.
This time we will talk about something that exists in all the world, but whose application is quite unique over here: The experience of taking a taxi in Peru.
Whenever there is a “drastic” change in the weather I get all the symptoms for getting a cold and I need to prepare myself.
My friend Hans Rothgiesser has been so kind to help us set up a podcast station so that- while running, driving, exercising, waiting for who knows what- we can all listen to new stories from and about Peru, the foreigners living here and the Peruvians who have come back to make a change.
What we are going to do for the next 10 episodes is to explore the experience of living in this country, through the eyes of people that came from other parts of the world to live here.
Within the next week or two, Living in Peru together with our partner Hans Rothgiesser, will post our first Podcast, which we hope you’ll enjoy and learn new things from.