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Living in Lima

Relocating to Lima, Peru? This page links to services and associations that can make your stay easier, including the Expatriate Mailing List, an embassy portal, the Union Church of Lima, the American Canadian Association of Peru, the Canadian Alumni Association, volunteer opportunities and information about teaching English in Peru.
 

Peru Expat Directories

 
Expatperu.com is News, community and resources for expatriates living in Peru.   Moving to Peru
A portal that provides links and useful information to foreigners who are relocating to Peru. Peru apartments rentals.
http://www.expatperu.com/
 
 

Associations and Clubs

 
The American and Canadian Association of Peru
The ACAP is an organization dedicated to affording American and Canadian citizens the opportunity to enjoy the culture and heritage of their native countries while enjoying and adapting to the customs and history of Peru.
http://www.acap-peru.org/
   
Canadian Alumni Association
The Canadian Alumni Association is open to anybody who has studied in Canada. Most of the members are Peruvian, but expats are encouraged to join. The Association organizes lectures and social events several times a year.
http://www.apecan.org/
   
The International Toastmasters Club of Peru
This Toastmasters Club is an English-language public speaking workshop. Members improve their communication abilities by giving prepared and impromptu speeches on a wide range of topics. Membership is mixed between English-speaking Peruvians and foreigners living in, or visiting, Peru. This club meets once a week on Tuesday nights. Guests are always welcome. This is a great way to meet new people.
http://www.toastmastersperu.org/
   

The Lima Hash House Harriers
There are Hash House Harrier groups all over the world, and Peru is no exception. The Lima Hashers refer to themselves as "Drinkers with a running problem". They meet in different locations in and outside of Lima every few weeks for an organized event. You don’t have to be an athlete to get involved. The Hash always has two routes: one for runners, the other for walkers. Afterwards, there is always food, drinks and music. Hashes in Lima attract from 20 to 60 people, both foreigners and locals. Participating with the Hash is a good way to make local friends and to get to know the geography of Lima.
To receive the details of their runs - and be privy to the banter between the members - send an empty mail with nothing in the subject line to: LimaHHH-subscribe@yahoogroups.com. Be forewarned that this can generate quite a bit of traffic to your mailbox. If you want the basic information, but without the banter, join the EXPATRIATE LIST (above).
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LimaHHH/

   
The Union Church of Lima
An International, English-speaking, Interdenominational Christian Fellowship.
http://www.unionchurchoflima.com/
   
The Cathedral Church of the Good Shepherd
Sunday School for children at the 9:30a.m. service. Located at Avenida Santa Cruz 491, Miraflores (3 blocks from the Ovalo Gutiérrez).
Sunday schedule of English-language services is: Morning Prayer at 7:30a.m., Holy Eucharist at 8:00 a.m., Sung Eucharist with Sunday School at 9:30a.m., and Choral Evensong at 5:30 p.m. There is also a Spanish-language Eucharist at 11:00a.m.
http://www.peru.anglican.org/cathedral/
   
American Women’s Literary Club
This group was founded in 1922 by a group of American woman who sought to get together for the purpose of serious study and companionship. It is non-profit and provides half-scholarships to women training to be teachers and often donates to other educational projects as well.
The club is open to women who speak English - Americans, Peruvians and third nationals and meets the first Monday of every month from April to December from 3:30 to approximately 5 or 5:15. For more information, contact Linda at 222-6359.
 

Jobs

 

Teaching English in Lima
Multilingua hires native-speakers of English, or Peruvians with near-native fluency, to teach executives English.

Requirements:
• One year experience teaching English to adults
• Two years (minimum) of post-secondary education
• Legal status to work in Peru.

Most classes are given in Miraflores, San Isidro or Surco. If you are interested, please send a CV, in English to Multilingua@idiomasperu.com

 

Volunteer Opportunities

 
Asociación Civil Trabajo Voluntario
The Asociación Civil Trabajo Voluntario has created a very good English-language web page that helps you find volunteer work while in Peru.
 
EL SOL - Spanish Language School Located at
Grimaldo del Solar 469, Miraflores, Lima, PE.
http://elsol.idiomasperu.com
Telephones: (51-1) 242-7763 • (51-1) 241-3806
Office hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm • Peruvian Time Zone: GMT -5 hours
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