Whether we live in La Molina or Barranco, stay for 3 months or take up residence indefinitely, Lima, Perú is home to thousands of expatriates and travelers.
A growing number of us under the age of 30 have started calling Lima our home, at least temporarily. We are employed as English teachers, NGO/NPO staff, or even seasonal workers. We aren’t always the typical expatriate, who leaves home unsure if he’ll return. Some of us know our time in Lima comes with a deadline. We are a new generation of expatriates. Us young expatriates, YoungPats, are diverse and dispersed in the city.
YoungPat Perú is a place to read interesting articles, opinion pieces, or reviews steered towards the young expatriate living in Lima