Foreigners Living in Peru: Mapping Lima’s bus routes

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Originally published October 13, 2010

Jeroen Prinsen, 35 and Dutch, came to volunteer in Peru after leaving corporate finance in London. After working with Finca-Peru and NESsT, microfinance and social enterprise organizations, he had already “fallen under the spell of Peru and Lima,” and decided to stay.

Prinsen has since been teaching, blogging and consulting. His latest project, however, will catch the attention of expats and Peruvians alike: He created a Lima bus map. To be more precise, it’s a map of 12 recommended routes to get around Lima, called

Jeroen Prinsen, 35 and Dutch, came to volunteer in Peru after leaving corporate finance in London.

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