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  1. #1052
    Pros will always ask up front.

    Not a guarantee you'll have a good experience.

    Later.

    Quote Originally Posted by PainAlplz  [View Original Post]
    Hi folks,

    1st trip to Peru coming up. Only experienced mongering in Asia where everything is pay after. What's the norm for Peru? I've reached out to two providers and they both requested payment up front which is usually a red flag for me, but when in Rome. I tried using search function but key words not really compatible in this case.

    Thanks for your help.

  2. #1051

    Pay first or after?

    Hi folks,

    1st trip to Peru coming up. Only experienced mongering in Asia where everything is pay after. What's the norm for Peru? I've reached out to two providers and they both requested payment up front which is usually a red flag for me, but when in Rome. I tried using search function but key words not really compatible in this case.

    Thanks for your help.

  3. #1050
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Business as usual. For a person that speaks Spanish there should be no problem at all. My main chick there is about to go to Madrid and she wants me to meet her there.
    Ok. I appreciate it. I thought maybe having a profile up for a while would be interesting or lead me to other trips. I have been in a rut lately as to where to go.

  4. #1049
    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    Thanks. Are girls still fueling the madness like on LLSearch years ago or is the new economy taking a toll on the hook-ups for us regular folk ?
    Business as usual. For a person that speaks Spanish there should be no problem at all. My main chick there is about to go to Madrid and she wants me to meet her there.

  5. #1048

    Memories.

    Quote Originally Posted by SlyOne  [View Original Post]
    When you go through the airport exit door you will be mobbed by companies offering taxi services at varying rates. Avoid these guys as they are, for the most part, trying to scam ignorant tourists. They will be asking you for anywhere up to USD 50 for a ride to Miraflores, which is way too much.

    There is a English speaking Taxi Owner / Driver on this page who can be contracted via pm Provided you are a paid ISG member. Handle "Gringo Taxi" he is relatively inexpensive 55 soles (about $USD18 to Miraflores) and offers a good service by someone who speaks our language.

    Beware of getting into street taxis at the airport to save a few bucks. Gringos get kidnapped and robbed down here especially when they just arrive and are the most vulnerable so this advice is very important.

    The airport is located about 45-60 minutes from Miraflores, depending on traffic.

    Hint: Make sure that both back doors and the trunk of the taxi are locked and all windows are up. You do not want someone helping themselves to your luggage while the taxi is stopped at traffic lights on the way to the hotel..
    Excellent advice my old friend.

    You won't know me by this handle as my daughter got hold of my old handle, and I don' t use it anymore. Do you still have your nice little party's? I remember many moons ago when we took a few girls to a hot disco after one of your events.

  6. #1047
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    LoveSearch was like 10 years ago. LatinAmericanCupid these days.
    Thanks. Are girls still fueling the madness like on LLSearch years ago or is the new economy taking a toll on the hook-ups for us regular folk ?

  7. #1046
    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    Greetings.

    What dating websites are you guys using for Peru? Do you recommend one over the other? I had great success on Latinlovesearch *years ago but it doesn't seem to be busy or is it?

    Thank You.
    LoveSearch was like 10 years ago. LatinAmericanCupid these days.

  8. #1045

    Dating Websites

    Greetings.

    What dating websites are you guys using for Peru? Do you recommend one over the other? I had great success on Latinlovesearch *years ago but it doesn't seem to be busy or is it?

    Thank You.

  9. #1044
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    I have never had any problem pulling it up in Peru.
    I am in Perú and it's not blocked.

  10. #1043
    Quote Originally Posted by MrThomas  [View Original Post]
    A few years ago there was some controversy and I thought I read ISG was then blocked in Peru. Is ISG blocked in Peru?
    I have never had any problem pulling it up in Peru.

  11. #1042

    Is ISG blocked in Peru or Lima?

    A few years ago there was some controversy and I thought I read ISG was then blocked in Peru. Is ISG blocked in Peru?

  12. #1041
    Quote Originally Posted by Dickhead  [View Original Post]
    Yep, it was Universidad de San Ignacio but I did not get the job...
    Sorry to read that. You would have liked working and living here.

  13. #1040
    Quote Originally Posted by JackJericho  [View Original Post]
    La Molina is one of the upscale residential districts in Lima, the most upscale neighbourhoods in Lima (La Planicie, La Molina Vieja, Camacho, El Haras.) are within La Molina and the address you gave shows an upper middle class residential area. The address also seems to be that of Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola, which is not one of the best but definitely one of the most expensive universities in Lima, that is where the rich kids not bright enough to get into a top level university go, lots of Mercedes, BMWs and Audis in the parking lot.

    The problem about La Molina is that it is in the outskirts of Lima and it takes a long time in very heavy traffic to get there or out of there. I know because I've lived in La Molina ever since I got married. I wouldn't live anywhere else in Lima unless I had no choice (read no money) and I grew up in San Isidro. It is a far more residential district than San Isidro or San Borja and house or apartment rental there is somewhat cheaper than in San Isidro, San Borja, Miraflores or Magdalena.
    Yep, it was Universidad de San Ignacio but I did not get the job. Thanks for the info, though. Looked like a nice neighborhood when I was investigating it.

  14. #1039

    Getting a Taxi from the Airport to your Hotel in Miraflores

    When you go through the airport exit door you will be mobbed by companies offering taxi services at varying rates. Avoid these guys as they are, for the most part, trying to scam ignorant tourists. They will be asking you for anywhere up to USD 50 for a ride to Miraflores, which is way too much.

    There is a English speaking Taxi Owner / Driver on this page who can be contracted via pm Provided you are a paid ISG member. Handle "Gringo Taxi" he is relatively inexpensive 55 soles (about $USD18 to Miraflores) and offers a good service by someone who speaks our language.

    Beware of getting into street taxis at the airport to save a few bucks. Gringos get kidnapped and robbed down here especially when they just arrive and are the most vulnerable so this advice is very important.

    The airport is located about 45-60 minutes from Miraflores, depending on traffic.

    Hint: Make sure that both back doors and the trunk of the taxi are locked and all windows are up. You do not want someone helping themselves to your luggage while the taxi is stopped at traffic lights on the way to the hotel. You will be driving through some shady districts on the way to Miraflores so this advice is not just academic. You may be taken through some seedy back streets in San Miguel in order to get to the coastal road. It this happens, do not be unduly alarmed.

    Fellow mongers be careful out there.

  15. #1038
    Quote Originally Posted by Dickhead  [View Original Post]
    I have a job offer in Lima so if any mongers know anything about the La Molina neighborhood like is it safe and is there much housing there, please PM me. It is the Universidad de San Ignacio de Loyola and this is the link to the google map of the address:

    Av. La Fontana 550, La Molina. , Lima, Peru.

    https://www.google.es/maps/place/Av.+la+Fontana+550,+Distrito+de+Lima+15024,+Peru/@-12.0722628,-76.9553844,17z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x9105c6fb2086e8f1:0xe095e4c767663aa1!8m2!3d-12.0735008!4d-76.9537643

    I know the pluses and minuses of Lima so am looking for neighborhood-specific info. Thanks in advance!
    La Molina is one of the upscale residential districts in Lima, the most upscale neighbourhoods in Lima (La Planicie, La Molina Vieja, Camacho, El Haras.) are within La Molina and the address you gave shows an upper middle class residential area. The address also seems to be that of Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola, which is not one of the best but definitely one of the most expensive universities in Lima, that is where the rich kids not bright enough to get into a top level university go, lots of Mercedes, BMWs and Audis in the parking lot.

    The problem about La Molina is that it is in the outskirts of Lima and it takes a long time in very heavy traffic to get there or out of there. I know because I've lived in La Molina ever since I got married. I wouldn't live anywhere else in Lima unless I had no choice (read no money) and I grew up in San Isidro. It is a far more residential district than San Isidro or San Borja and house or apartment rental there is somewhat cheaper than in San Isidro, San Borja, Miraflores or Magdalena.

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