The video, which played on peruvian television, shows a very nervous Van der Sloot chain smoking and fidgeting in his chair.
In Santiago a few years ago, I ate at a high-end peruvian restaurant, which was amazing.
He hung rare masks from Papua New Guinea above embroidered peruvian pillows, and somehow the combination made sense.
This, according to the peruvian police, underscores the suspect's attempts to cover his tracks.
When peruvian authorities refused to send him back to Aruba, he clammed up.
In no part of the peruvian Andes are there so many beautiful snowy peaks.
Between them lies the Lake of Titicaca, the centre of bygone peruvian civilisation.
Tim tapped his pistol significently, raised five fingers, winked, and twitched his head toward the peruvian.
The master pointed to the peruvian flag, and inquired why he was stopped on his voyage.
A decoction of peruvian bark was therefore prescribed, by the use of which she speedily recovered her health.
from Spanish Peru, said to be from Quechua pelu "river." Related: Peruvian.
Republic in western South America, bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west, Ecuador to the northwest, Colombia to the northeast, Brazil and Bolivia to the east, and Chile to the south. Its capital and largest city is Lima.
Note: Achieved independence from Spain in 1821.
Note: Peru was the heart of the Inca Empire, which flourished from the twelfth to the sixteenth centuries. The remains of the empire include the fabled stone fortress of Machu Picchu.