Aeroquipa Peru is a Great Place to Live Abroad #liveabroad #100best
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Peru is on my list of countries that I want to visit. Flights from the USA seem to be relatively cheap. Besides Aeroquipa, you mentioned another city to visit. Can you write the name of that city and any other cities good to visit in Peru? Lima seems expensive for hotels.
Lima is expensive for Hotels an a lot of theft, but full of history. I have lived months in both Aerequipa, and Cusco, yet Cusco an be colder because of elevation. The food market in Cusco is great, and there are many Hostals, NOT HOSTELS, but Hotel called Hostals in Peru with kitchens for guest. I truly believe the best benefit of a Hotel is a community kitchen. Hotels will kitchens allow guest to intermingle, and my best friendships have came from these hotels. Hostels in Europe with dormitory rooms are great for friendship. Probably the best to find friends in Pana is El Villajero, and the Hotel San Antonio in San Pedro. Anywhere Peace Corp party animals hangout is normally a social place. Renting a room for quality, versus social is what makes people go home, stop traveling, too much quality, and not enough friendship.