Pussi is next to Lake Titicaca (Trip to Peru)


Yes, check Google maps, I’m really not kidding.  I visited both these places on my recent trip to Peru; I was there 2 weeks with my wife.  All the posts in the past 2 weeks were not really “current” as I wrote them before I left then scheduled them to post on different days.  But being without Internet and TV for 2 weeks was not as hard as I thought it would be.  The only time I managed to get to a computer with internet access, my site was blocked (due to computer being on a college university) and I could not remember my email acct passwords (I have not entered them in like 5 months due to auto save on my personal PC).  aka SOL.

But gaming in Peru, is well… a little behind.  Gaming to most Peruvians looks like this… Let’s just say that soccer is the “in” thing and online gaming is something that will explode eventually in Peru and other countries in South America when they have more widespread high speed internet access available.  The population of Peru is about 30 million with about 7.1 million with access to internet (mostly dial up) the fact is that Gaming, console or PC, has not really caught on like it has here in the States or in the UK.  Give them time, soon enough they will be owning you too cabron.

You may be asking why I am talking about a tip to Peru on a gaming blog, well…this is a blog, my blog, and I like that fact.  This is not a major news publication and not a “super authority” that millions rely on for their gaming info.  Hopefully in the future it will become something that can provide a little more doe, but for now is just about covering the costs of the site and enjoying gaming shit.  Anyway, thats a little insight into my life…Game On…


Airborne Gamer
Airborne Gamer
Gaming is my medicine and writing is my drug. Is it making sense now? "WELCOME TO WARP ZONE!"
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AirborneGamer
AirborneGamer

I know, whoever named those places is one smart bastard... Of course in Spanish they mean nothing...smart and sneaky, lol.