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  1. #902
    Thanks David, might give that a go for my next trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by David_33  [View Original Post]
    There was an article on this place in today's Sunday paper here in Lima. Once in awhile forum members ask about intensive Spanish classes, this seems to be an interesting alternative. Plus the Director, Kathy Mujica, is a babe:

    http://www.hispanaidiomas.com/

  2. #901

    Language School

    There was an article on this place in today's Sunday paper here in Lima. Once in awhile forum members ask about intensive Spanish classes, this seems to be an interesting alternative. Plus the Director, Kathy Mujica, is a babe: http://www.hispanaidiomas.com/

  3. #900
    Quote Originally Posted by Lima Busy  [View Original Post]
    I was having drinks down at the "old pub" with 10-12 guys who are currently in town and only a few of us were aware of "Ley Seca". As this is an election weekend all bars will be shut down and liquor sales are banned. Forewarned is forearmed!
    I am in Lima 3 days from this morning. Since I arrived at DRY season, is there anything to do as replacement? I would buy a drink if someone wants to join me, but don't know where; (

    Send me PM if anyone wants to meet and find some workaround for those 3 days!

  4. #899

    Dry weekend

    I was having drinks down at the "old pub" with 10-12 guys who are currently in town and only a few of us were aware of "Ley Seca". As this is an election weekend all bars will be shut down and liquor sales are banned. Forewarned is forearmed!

  5. #898
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Enternational  [View Original Post]
    It's time to start bringing cash into Peru and exchanging it for Soles. The ATM in Polvos Azules charged me S / 10 for a withdrawal the other day.
    That was probably a Globalnet ATM? Try BCP.

  6. #897

    Cash Time

    It's time to start bringing cash into Peru and exchanging it for Soles. The ATM in Polvos Azules charged me S / 10 for a withdrawal the other day.

  7. #896

    ATM Card

    Quote Originally Posted by Pinche Gringo  [View Original Post]
    I would just use your ATM card. I have found in my travels through Peru that the best rates come from ATM machines. Problem is that many only allow you to take out 700 soles at a time.
    This post reminded me of a great deal I just discovered. THought I would share.

    Capital One Bank:Went into a branch office. They are running a promo: open a debit account, get $200 for making two debit purchases in the first month. No fees. NO INTERNATIONAL CONVERSION CHARGES in South America. Only pay ATM fee to the bank who opperates the ATM machine. Seemd like a great deal for travelers. The most I ever attempted to debit in one day in S. A. Was $500 USA.

    (Please help: how do I prvent ISG from automatically logging me out?)

  8. #895

    Yellow GFever Shot

    You can get the Yellow Fever shot at the Lima Airport. They have a 24 hour clinic. I once flew from Lima to Sao Paulo and left my yellow certificate at my hotel, and they wouldn't let me on the airplane without it. Ran over to the clinic and made my flight on time. So I had two shots within 2 weeks. No problems. You don't need it entering the US.

  9. #894

    Flew from Barranquella Colombia into Miami Florida and was not asked for it

    Will see how Brisbane goes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anneelke  [View Original Post]
    Went there yesterday afternoon.

    Malecˇand Balta 956, Miraflores, Apartado Postal 132.

    In and out in under 30 minutes. Need to take photo I'd with you.

    Take a number out of the machine and wait, paid 74 flores, got the jab of Stamaril and they give you Certificate valid for 10 years.

    http://www.yellowfever.com.au/vaccine.html

  10. #893

    Costa Rica too

    Quote Originally Posted by Globe Trotter  [View Original Post]
    You will need a Yellow Fever Certificate for visits to Brazil if you are coming from Peru, some other countries ask for it only if you admit to having been in the Jungles of Peru (Amazon, Iquitos area etc).

    Suggest you get the shot in Australia before you leave, as it is harder to find it once you are here. They will give you a document that is like a passport and is good for I believe 10 years. Carry it with you whenever you travel otherwise will be a pain in the ass.

    Hope this helps.

    Globe trotter
    You'll need it to go to Costa Rica directly from Peru.

  11. #892
    Yellow Fever is only one shot. I think you are getting it mixed up with the Hepatitis series.

  12. #891
    Yeah but the hassle is a whole 5 minutes though.

    I haven't had yellow fever injections as its like a course of 3.

    They give you this form that you have to show your doctor if you develop a bunch of symptoms in 7 days or whatever. I've had a few of them, nothing too exciting.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sly One  [View Original Post]
    Yes, I get asked for it evrytime at customs when I return to Oz. 4 times + per year.

    Once you get it, it is good for 10 years as long as you don't loose the documentation.

    If you haven't got it they call a doctor and inject you at the airport.

    Cost unknown but I bet it isn't cheap. I also bet you will be kept waiting for a hour or more until the doctor arrives. E.

    If you came here without your Yellow fFver shot. I strongly suggest Get it now?

    If you want to get into Australia hassle free.

    Sly

  13. #890

    Yellow Fever Vaccination and Certificate in Good Hope Clinic Miraflores Lima

    Went there yesterday afternoon.

    Malecˇand Balta 956, Miraflores, Apartado Postal 132.

    In and out in under 30 minutes. Need to take photo I'd with you.

    Take a number out of the machine and wait, paid 74 flores, got the jab of Stamaril and they give you Certificate valid for 10 years.

    http://www.yellowfever.com.au/vaccine.html

    Quote Originally Posted by Sly One  [View Original Post]
    Yes, I get asked for it evrytime at customs when I return to Oz. 4 times + per year.

    Once you get it, it is good for 10 years as long as you don't loose the documentation.

    If you haven't got it they call a doctor and inject you at the airport.

    Cost unknown but I bet it isn't cheap. I also bet you will be kept waiting for a hour or more until the doctor arrives. E.

    If you came here without your Yellow fFver shot. I strongly suggest Get it now?

    If you want to get into Australia hassle free.

    Sly
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  14. #889

    Trocadeo.

    For those mongers on budget, on my last visit to trocadero I ran across a fairly attractive working girl at this place.

    She doesn't rush, it was decent screw! For 45 soles including entrance fee, to me it had been a good deal!

    April, room four.

  15. #888

    Yellow Fever. Shot

    Quote Originally Posted by Anneelke  [View Original Post]
    If you have visited Peru in the last six days prior to your date of return to Australia, Australian Customs officials will ask you to present a valid Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate on entry into Australia.

    Cheers for any assistance.
    Yes, I get asked for it evrytime at customs when I return to Oz. 4 times + per year.

    Once you get it, it is good for 10 years as long as you don't loose the documentation.

    If you haven't got it they call a doctor and inject you at the airport.

    Cost unknown but I bet it isn't cheap. I also bet you will be kept waiting for a hour or more until the doctor arrives. E.

    If you came here without your Yellow fFver shot. I strongly suggest Get it now?

    If you want to get into Australia hassle free.

    Sly

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