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Peru

Peru, third largest country in South America, is made up of a variety of landscapes, from mountains and beaches to deserts and rain forests. Most people live along the coast of the Pacific Ocean, where the capital, Lima, is located. Peruvians are, in many aspects of their lives, rather reserved, and will warm up to your family and children with a little bit of time. Typically, your Peruvian au pair will succeed when provided a set schedule an [Read more...]

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Peru, third largest country in South America, is made up of a variety of landscapes, from mountains and beaches to deserts and rain forests. Most people live along the coast of the Pacific Ocean, where the capital, Lima, is located. Peruvians are, in many aspects of their lives, rather reserved, and will warm up to your family and children with a little bit of time. Typically, your Peruvian au pair will succeed when provided a set schedule and tasks.

On average there are five people per household in Peru. Parents have two to three children and, with strong family values and a high sense of unity, a household may extend from the nuclear family. Peruvians are very proud of their food and cuisine so you can expect your au pair to happily share Peruvian dishes with you.

Peruvian children tend to live with their parents until getting married and starting their own household. But while living with their parents they participate in all chores and help around the house.

Many Peruvian au pairs will have gained child care experience by working/volunteering at a school or day care. They will most likely also have experience babysitting their younger siblings or young relatives, such as their nephews/nieces or cousins.

In Peru, one can obtain a driver’s license at 18 years old, although it’s quite rare for families to have a car available for the children so practicing driving may be somewhat limited. There is a written and driving exam required to obtain a driver’s license. It is always recommended that you discuss your driving needs with your au pair.

Most Peruvians au pairs will start learning English in high school, although many will seek private lessons in order to improve their English skills. Reading and writing will typically be easier than listening and speaking, although the latter should improve rather quickly.

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