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British School, Teacher Training College, American Secretarial Academy, American Early Childhood Training, American Lower Elementary Training, Basic Course on Conciliation.
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Miraflores, Peru · Member since October 2012
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I am Isabel and lucky to live in Miraflores, one of the prettiest, safest, and most nearly international city in Lima. I have an apartment with a room or two that you can enjoy while you visit with us. I like to help people, care about your being comfortable, and see that you enjoy a happy stay.

I am a retired teacher--and amateur tennis player--and, in general, I like to stay at home. Once in a while, though, I enjoy walking around the commercial areas in Miraflores, San Isidro, Surco; visit the malls and do a little shopping; enjoy lunch at different restaurants (peruvian, italian and chinese are among my favourites); ride along the promenades; traveling. I also enjoy art, decoration, and architecture: at the present moment, I am helping an aunt with the subdivision of a large house into four smaller apartments.

I have visited most of the countries in South America; lived in the States for about six years; visited Canada; and, adding all months up, lived in London, England, for up to a year. I have also traveled around Continental and Eastern Europe, including Egypt. Would like to go to Thailand, India, China, Japan.

I stay informed by reading articles in the internet, listening to the radio, watching the news at night, sending and receiving emails. Other activities I spend time with is visiting family and friends, reading a borrowed magazine or book, listening to oldies, and, lately, keeping the apartment in tip-top condition.

Traveling around has helped me realize the importance of having a nice, clean, fresh room to rest in after 'a hard day´s day.'