During the Great Flood, a tribe of humans speaking a single language came to the land of Shinar. There they agreed to build a city and a tower "tall enough to reach heavens"; seeing this, God, confounded their speech so that they could no longer understand each other and scattered them around the world. this is how languages were created in this world. We noticed about the situation and decided to help this people by adding into our website a list of the most used expression while travelling! for you to don't scattered around in Latinamerica.
IN THE AIRPORT EN EL AEREOPUERTO
Where do I pick up my laugage? Donde recojo mi equipaje? Where can I take a taxi? Donde puedo tomar un taxi? Is it close by? Esta eso cerca? Do we have to register our bags? Tenemos que registrar nuestro equipaje?
IN THE CAB EN EL TAXI
Hello Im going to..... Hola estoy llendo a....... How much is it? Cuanto cuesta? Are you sure? Esta seguro? Im not a tourist Im Peruvian No soy turista soy Peruano/na Could it be a bit cheaper? Puede ser un poco mas barato? How long will it take to get there? Cuanto tiempo tomara llegar? Ok take me please Ok lleveme por favor
IN THE HOTEL EN EL HOTEL
ello can I check inn please Hola Puedo chequearme por favor? I did my reservation already Ya hice mi reserva Whats the WI-FI code? Cual es el codigo WI-FI? Do you have hot water? Tiene agua caliente? How do I use the shower? Como uso la ducha? What time is the check out? Aque hora es el check out? Can I come back later from the party? Puedo regresar tarde de la fiesta? Do you know a grosery store near by? Conoce alguna tienda por aqui?
IN THE STORE EN LA TIENDA
Hello do you have water? Hola Tiene agua? Bigger please Mas grande por favor Smaller please Mas pequeño por favor Do you have more of this? Tiene mas de estos?
MEETING LOCAL PPL CONOCIENDO GENTE LOCAL
Whats your name? Como te llamas? Do you work here? Trabajas aqui? Im travelling for 6 motnhs Estoy viajando por 6 meses I love your country! Amo tu pais! What do you recommend me to visit? Que me recomiendas que visite? I've been already some days here He estado algunos dias aqui I'm leaving in some days Me voy en unos dias Do you know what's up this week? Sabes que hay esta semana?
PARTY TIME! TIEMPO DE FIESTA!
Where is a good place to party? Donde hay un buen lugar para ir de fiesta? What kind of music they play? Que tipo de musica tocan? How many people is going? Cuantos van? I wanna drink Quiero un trago How much is the bottle of pisco? Cuanto cuesta la botella de pisco? Where is the bathroom? Donde esta el baño? Would you like to dance? Quieres bailar? I'm a bit drunk already Ya estoy un poco borracho/cha I'm heading to my hostel Me voy a mi Hostel What direction is it? En que difreccion esta? It was fun, thank you guys! Fue muy divertido , gracias chicos!
I'm not feeling well No me siento bien
Maybe its something I ate Tal vez es algo que comi I drank tap water Tome agua del caño I need a doctor Necesito un Doctor I wanna throw up Quiero vomitar What can I take? Que puedo tomar?
Reviewed January 14, 2016 via mobileJust finished this amazing afternoon tour with Luis. It was a lively, informative and extensive introduction to the indigenous people , their history, culture, language and way of life. An excellent and varied experience including a weaving demonstration, an introduction to local music and topped off by Luis showing us how to make a Pisco sour before we sampled this great speciality. Thank you Luis and Philipe. Brilliant afternoon!
Can't remember our guides names, but he was warm and congenial, but his english was not the best. still he did a good job. this is a nice compact tour that starts off the main square takes you to the mercardo, some inca building history and then up to san blas for one of the best views of the city and a pisco tasting. I still gave the guy a good tip, others gave change which was an embarrassment. For three hours between $5-10 seems reasonable, not 50 cents. Remember, the tours are free and these guys are working hard.
Reviewed November 16, 2015 via mobileBrilliant friendly guide thanks Luis ! Really informative, cultural and fun included a bus excursion out of town to view the city from above and a free Pisco Sour in a great bar with views of the city
Didn't expect that tour to be so interesting. Our guide was fluent english, a good teller, knowledgeable and very enthusiastic. The tour shows you around Cusco center, brings you to all the different corners of the place, learning about the history, the people, the food, the achitecture, etc. The tour last about 3 hours. The people working for Free walking Peru wears green vest, so you should be able to spot them pretty well. The tour ends at a restaurant/bar where they teach you how to make a local dish/drink and the view is amazing especially during sunset. If you have some time to kill or want to know about the city, this tour is a must.
“Un buon modo per girare il centro” Reviewed June 4, 2016 via mobile I free walking tour sono un modo divertente di girare la città vedendo i maggiori punti di interesse con una guida e conoscere altre persone. La nostra guida, elvis, è un ragazzo molto simpatico e competente. Aldilà delle informazioni che si possono trovare sulla guida, ci ha raccontato molti aneddoti che ti aiutano a capire meglio i luoghi che stai visitando. Considerando che i tour impiegano un paio d'ore, li raccomanderei assolutamente!
“Jamie is the best!” Reviewed January 7, 2017 via mobileGreat tour with lots of good information. Jamie is very knowledgeable and is clear to understand. After exploring the main square we took a bus to Sacsayhuaman to see the ruins and such. The tour ends at a great bar with amazing views to sample traditional Pisco sours. Nice afternoon all in all!