All Whites coach Anthony Hudson went out for a morning coffee in his first day in Lima - instead he got a swarm of Peruvian reporters and never-ending questions.
Hudson stayed polite as he walked around a park with the circus around him, telling them repeatedly in English and Spanish that everyone who had travelled for the second leg of the World Cup qualifier was fit - including EPL striker Chris Wood.
"Very good. Very, very, good," he said.
"We're happy to be here, the people have been very welcoming, it's a fantastic place."
With the scores locked at 0-0 after the first leg of the tie, the All Whites can seal a spot at the Russia 2018 World Cup with a draw where goals have been scored due to the added value of an away goal.
The game takes place on Thursday afternoon NZT at 3:15.