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Peru in November

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1. Posted by tefgr (Budding Member 3 posts) 13y

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I'll be going to Peru in mid November. But i'm a beginner so i don't feel very safe travelling alone to south america. maybe i'll go with a tour group. but if anybody's going to Peru around that time it would definitely be cheaper than going with a tour group. anybody?

2. Posted by Peruanita (Budding Member 14 posts) 13y

Hello Tfgr
I'm a peruvian girl Silvia, don't feel afraid to visit my nice country many people do it and women too, if You are going to need any help please don't hetistate to mail me back, I'm preaparing a webside.
very soom up next monday it will be already just help me to make this newe web useful for another toursit
Lima Peru
how do you like this adrres

3. Posted by Peter (Admin 5845 posts) 13y

Hi Silvia,

Normally website promotions aren't allowed in the forums.. I'll wait until it's up to see what it's like though ;) We'll review it for a link from the links directory as well, ok?


4. Posted by Peruanita (Budding Member 14 posts) 13y

This web is not promotion only give information about peru, how to travel, name of buses companies company airlineas, museums adrees, basic word for travel, embassy adrees so I'll wait for your suggestions to make this web more useful for the backpackers

5. Posted by tefgr (Budding Member 3 posts) 13y

thanks very much Silvia. i'll check out your website for sure. and i like the address.

6. Posted by gallegos (Full Member 72 posts) 13y

Peru is quite safe, well shit can happen anywhere, so use your common sense and you will be fine. My advice will be to be careful on the bus rides, specially on cheap buses, with your stuffs (the ones you take with you into the bus, not the ones you store). Ask for a receipt when you store your big bagpack in the bus.

My second advice, leave your passport in the safe of the hotel, also the credit cards and traveller checks you won't use. Why to take the risk when you can avoid the hassle of loose your passport and money. Always ask for a receipt when you leave stuffs in the safe of a hotel.

My final advice, try to stay in a hotel near the mainsquare of the main cities as Cusco, Puno, Arequipa. So you won't need to take taxis to the hotel when you go out at night.

A big Peruvian hug,

7. Posted by Peruanita (Budding Member 14 posts) 13y

Thnaks so much, I'll post it on the web any other sugestion please let me know it, but after visited the web