Peruvians’ funny advice to the new UK ambassador to Peru after announcing his trip to Lima

Funny advice from Peruvians to the UK’s new Ambassador to Peru. Composition.

Social networks, especially Twitter, have become a trend with the announcement of the new British Ambassador to Peru, his trip to the capital (Lima). It is Gavin Cookwho in his official account of the blue bird, showed a photograph with his suitcases ready to travel around the country, replacing his predecessor kate harrisonwhich was used a few weeks ago.

The new ambassador welcomed his arrival in the capital, faced with the new challenges of international relations between Peru and the United Kingdom. “Bags full. Farewells said. Tears shed But very very excited. Next stop #Lima. Can’t wait to get started”wrote Gavin Cook.

Gavin Cook announces via Twitter his trip to Peru as the new UK Ambassador.  Capture: Twitter.
Gavin Cook announces via Twitter his trip to Peru as the new UK Ambassador. Capture: Twitter.

Responses were immediate, and between expectations of new management, Peruvians responded with amusing advice. Between the greetings —in Spanish and in English—, the users reminded him of the political situation in Peru, advice for the security of citizens and, above all, the enormous gastronomy that the country has.

The news that was posted in the early hours of the morning already exceeds more than 5,000 likes. However, the positive messages and harangues for the current situation in Peru are remarkable. In this sense, it is the best advice that the Peruvians have given to Gavin Cook.

A vital message in the face of so many gastronomic recommendations, crime.
A vital message in the face of so many gastronomic recommendations, crime.
Positive spirit, progressive spirit (even in political crisis).
Positive spirit, progressive spirit (even in political crisis).
Of course not, and I'm sure you already know what's going on here.
Of course not, and I’m sure you already know what’s going on here.
So don't tell him.
So don’t tell him.
No, stop it, Bilardo got excited.
No, stop it, Bilardo got excited.
The Buzz Lightyear with Akuma's (Gouki) hairstyle is very clear.  Latam present.
The Buzz Lightyear with Akuma’s (Gouki) hairstyle is very clear. Latam present.
This is my Peru.
This is my Peru.
No one is bored, for better or for worse.
No one is bored, for better or for worse.
Ambulances have a dual role.  Zero doubt.
Ambulances have a dual role. Zero doubt.
And it turns, because Peru and its leaders turn in circles.  Not at all.
And it turns, because Peru and its leaders turn in circles. Not at all.
Lima and its climate is the most beautiful thing there is.  There are no complaints.
Lima and its climate is the most beautiful thing there is. There are no complaints.
That's right, go for 27.
That’s right, go for 27.
Less if the selection plays.  Lapadula has disappeared.
Less if the selection plays. Lapadula has disappeared.
The idea is to eat without complaining, but you have to know how to balance.
The idea is to eat without complaining, but you have to know how to balance.
Politics and its swing, nothing is eternal.  May the ambassador be very patient.
Politics and its swing, nothing is eternal. May the ambassador be very patient.
Belt tight as the landing will be strong.
Belt tight as the landing will be strong.

WHO IS GAVIN COOK?

The new UK Ambassador to Peru has foreign affairs experience in Africa, when he was appointed Deputy High Commissioner to Ghana in June 2015. Joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 2002, served in Ukraine (2005) and Ethiopia (2006-10) and also held various positions in the UK, including Head of Policy for Turkey, Head of European Security and Civil Defense Policy and Press Officer.

He was also deputy director of Consulting Assistance in London and responsible for the Middle East and North Africa. According to his recorded biography on the UK government pageGavien studied modern history at Oxford and played rugby for the England Under-21 student team.

She is interested in the environment, history, creative writing and cooking. He mentions the latter in his Twitter biography, mentioning being passionate about gastronomy, which is well received in Peru due to the cultural richness of typical dishes.

GOODBYE FROM KATE HARRISON

Gavin Cook’s predecessor announced in his twitter accounthis thanks through a video on a review of what has been achieved during his administration, what he has learned and also with songs that marked the four years he was at the head of the British Embassy in the country.

“It is time to say goodbye to Peru and to do this I want to share with you some of the songs that have marked key and unforgettable moments of these four wonderful years. Thank you very much, Peru”wrote.

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