These were that Lord John had found himself some years before in that no-man's-land which is formed by the half-defined frontiers between Peru, Brazil, and Columbia.
He would tell the history of the mighty river so rapidly explored (for some of the first conquerors of Peru actually crossed the entire continent upon its waters), and yet so unknown in regard to all that lay behind its ever-changing banks.
Stuffed birds from Africa, porcelain monsters from China, silver ornaments and utensils from India and Peru
, mosaic work from Italy, and bronzes from France, were all heaped together pell-mell with the coarse deal boxes and dingy leather cases which served to pack them for traveling.
I have seen doubloons before now in my voyagings; your doubloons of old Spain, your doubloons of Peru
, your doubloons of Chili, your doubloons of Bolivia, your doubloons of Popayan; with plenty of gold moidores and pistoles, and joes, and half joes, and quarter joes.
Ambassador of India to Peru
Manpreet Vohra and President of INCHAM, Ravi Krishna, senior officials and business leaders from both India and Peru
were present on the occasion.
The two countries cooperate on efforts to limit the production and exportation of narcotics, and to strengthen the rule of law in Peru
Rich in minerals, Peru
exports copper, silver, zinc, iron ore, lead, and petroleum.
It's about a border that has been recognized in practice and legally through valid treaties by Chile and by Peru
Once Congress has received formal notification of the intent to enter into an agreement from the USTR, a period of 90 days must pass before Congress can begin to consider implementation of a Peru
The role of these two groups in the conspiracy against Peru
sheds essential light on the frightening meaning of "democracy" in the globalists' scheme of things.
Holly Woodlawn has affected me in a very big way by being political, spiritual, and creative," Peru
Fujimori hasn't changed his tune on Berenson, but his increasingly public disregard for democracy and human rights in Peru
is beginning to alienate Washington, and this may lead to more willingness on the part of the Clinton Administration to raise the issue of Berenson's incarceration.