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Things I have not seen since being in Peru:

1. Convertibles

2. Beer on tap

3. Toyota Prius

4. Public water fountains

5. Monster energy drink

6. Soda vending machines

7. Automatic Urinal

8. Milk in a plastic container. It either comes in a big juice box or a bag

9. Coinstar. Oh how I miss Coinstar

10. Water sold in bulk. As in a flat of 24 bottles. 

11. Elevators. I’m sure they exist, but haven’t seen nor taken one in a year

12. Parking meters

13. Automatic soda/water dispensers used by bartenders

14. Fitted Hats

15. Cold open coolers for beer. Only a variety of 6 packs and singles are kept in refrigerators. Super markets (in Arequipa) don’t have aisles like the ones where cheese and milk are kept; designated only for beer. 

16. Buttons for cross walks. 

On an unrelated note, while surfing the net, I saw single serving packets of Sriracha and just about lost my mind. 

Degen Hill

This is my travel blog and writing portfolio covering my life in China and my trips around the world, including the food, experiences, people, culture, history, and architecture. Living in Beijing has been an adventure, so here's some insight into one of the world's biggest cities.

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