Christian Jessen - A Dane starting business in Lima, Peru

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Pictures from Lima, Peru

I have been very busy with my work in Easy-Web lately, and havent really had the time to post on this blog. Havent really felt inspired to write that much the last couple of weeks, but I hope to start blogging some more in the upcoming time. Hopefully I can keep a steady flow and [...]

15/05-2009 @ 19:05

Expat forums and sources for moving to Peru

When moving to another country, information and contacts are everything. In my research of starting my business here in Lima, I spend alot of time searching for information about the expat life, how to start the company, what visa requirements there is and general information about living in the cou[...]

15/05-2009 @ 19:05

Blog update: New gallery and AdSense

When I was travelling, the optimal solution for showing my photos on the blog was a WordPress plugin, that imported my photo-albums from Facebook ? in that way I only had to upload the photos one time, and photo uploading when travelling can be a pain to do. But since I’m staying in Lima and [[...]

15/05-2009 @ 19:05

Living in Lima, Peru - for a year!

As you might noticed, I’ve changed “a bit” on my blog. As I am not travelling around anymore, but now actually living in Lima, Peru, this blog has to change as well. Over the next year I will be starting my business from here, and hopefully I will have a very successful business in[...]

15/05-2009 @ 19:05

The Nazca Lines, Peru

Another must-see for many people when travelling in Peru, and South America in general, is the amazing Nazca Lines. Basically it is figures created in the desert around Nazca, which can only be seen from the air. It is estimated that the lines are created around 200 BC to 700 AD by the Nazca culture[...]

15/05-2009 @ 19:05

The Machu Picchu ruins and the Inca trail, Cusco

The most famous thing in Peru is definitely the Machu Picchu ruins near the city of Cusco. Basically it is one of the biggest and most well-preserved Inca ruins in the world, and is a must-see if you travel through Peru. The Peruvian government is currently limiting the amount of people who can go t[...]

15/05-2009 @ 19:05

Studying Spanish in Cusco, Peru

I arrived to Cusco Monday morning, and met with Jude whom I studied Spanish with, in Sucre. We decided to take another week of Spanish lessons in Cusco since we felt we needed to get some more lessons about the verbs in the past. We left Sucre with the same level of Spanish, so it [...]

15/05-2009 @ 19:05

Isla del Sol in Lake Titicaca, Copacabana

Lake Titicaca is among the highest navigable lakes in the world, with its altitude of 3820 meter above sea level. It?s a huge lake that?s more than 230 km long, 97 km wide and has a lot of amazing history. The Incas believe that their first emperor rose from the Titicaca rock (Rock of the [...]

15/05-2009 @ 19:05

Get a free website! Easy-Web CMS BETA

I can finally release some more information on my primary project here in Peru. And a little gift for all my readers: Get a free website with the Easy-Web CMS BETA. If you participate in the BETA of Easy-Web CMS, I will give you 3 months of free trial, and all BETA-testers will recieve a [...]

15/05-2009 @ 19:15

The Death Road, La Paz

The road going down from La Cumbre to Coroico near La Paz is rumored to be ?The Death Road?, because of the dangerous conditions, narrow road and not less than 3345 meters of vertical descent. Though the road isn?t as dangerous anymore, because they build a new highway, and closed ?The Death Road? [...]

15/05-2009 @ 19:15