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 [...]

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Date: 24/10-2014 @ 08:47 - Christian Jessen - A Dane starting business in Lima, Peru

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