Julie Moya

Julie Moya

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    What is the time in Peru right now?

    Google it... over 5 years ago

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    Hello, is it stupidly stupid to arrive on Ibiza without having accommodation booked?

    In the middle of summer it would be crazy to go without booking accommodation, half of Europe take holidays in August and here in Aus many people would book a year in advance to go to Ibiza in August... Anyhoo, good luck happy travels! about 6 years ago

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    Has anyone been to Guadix, near Granada? Is it a recommended day trip?

    Hi Nadia, Definately, Gadix has a lot of Culture... In Guadix, half the population live as troglodytes. Four thousand caves hewn over centuries from the bizarrely shaped countryside form the biggest concentration of inhabited caves in Europe.Guadix itself is an eclectic mix of the old and the new and has been around since nearly the year dot.The Moors developed an important silk industry and revived the fortunes of the town which even rivalled Granada in its hey day. Around the 15th Century the Christian Kings arrived and drove out the Moors, they fled to the hills and became almost invisible by burying themselves in the mountainsides, thus beginning cave culture in these parts... Plus you also have beautiful views of Sierra Nevada (Snowy Mountains) Fun Travels :) about 6 years ago

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    What are some options for day trips from Granada. We plan to visit Cordoba, and Sevilla and have time for one more. Thanks.

    Alhambra and the Gardens of the Generalife, El AlbaicĂ­n, Sierra Nevada, Granada Cathedral and Royal Chapel ... many more ... The Alcaiceria ... it has a lot of History behind it ... Today the Alcaiceria has many small stores that sell souvenirs ..Many of these stores are owned by Moroccans. The Alcaiceria is located by the Cathedral... I hope this helps... if you would like more info please check out... http://www.tripadvisor.com/Travel-g187441-c105946/Granada:Spain:The.Best.Sights.Of.Granada.html about 6 years ago

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    Whats the best & Cheapest way to convert $AUS to $US

    Hey Ashtan, I went to st george and exchanged it to travellers cheques, the conversion rate is a little higher than notes and the percetange of exchanging is a little lower than cash money, they are pretty save and convenient in the US. over 6 years ago

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    How dangerous is the crime in Peru?

    Hi David,, Jesse is very right, I went there in 2004 for the first time my family living there and all it was a huge culture shock, but the people are extremely friendly, yet again you need to be real careful with whats going on around you because one little bump with someone expert your wallet would be gone, also exchanging money you would need to be real careful with people on the streets that are afiliated with some exchange houses that look legit but sort of work together and may give you false bills and if you do come back another day they wont do anything for you, so just study the notes and know what the fake one looks. I loved Peru and it is a definitely a country that I will be coming back to, there is so much beauty and so many great places to see and experience and the food is to die for! Have fun! :) over 6 years ago