A Peruvian Diary

Philip Jones left the rat race in the late ’90s. He has since gained a degree in English Law with Spanish Law and has pursued some charitable endeavours. One such venture led to him writing this unique insight into life in the Peruvian Andes. He flew to Peru in September 2009, expecting to assist in the construction of a soup kitchen in a shanty town in Lima on the behalf of a charity. More

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Published by Austin Macauley
Words: 75,940
Language: English
About Philip JS Jones

The author was educated at the prestigious Vine Comprehensive School in Basingstoke, from where he went to college. He then moved on to work on various building sites, which paid for him to go surfing in California in the early eighties. Upon his return he procured various jobs in construction, including hod-carrying, roof-tiling and property renovation. He is not sure how, but he then managed to find gainful employment as an International Reinsurance Broker at Lloyd's of London. To cut a long story short, he left the rat race in the late '90s, and gained a degree in English Law with Spanish Law and has since pursued some charitable endeavours. One such venture led to him writing this unique insight into life in the Peruvian Andes, where all is not what it appears to be.

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