My place is close to Memorial University, downtown, the Arts and Culture Centre, and many parks. You'll love my place because it is quiet and comfortable with a huge back yard full of song birds. The room has a double bed so two people can be very cozy together.
Room is very basic for now, but will improve as time goes on; my goal is to make it into a place I would stay when I travel.
The room is quiet and comfortable with direct access to a huge back yard. The room is comfortably furnished with a bed, dresser, and a desk. The rest of the house is furnished as well and you are welcome to use it. I don't use the living room space a lot so it isn't as well furnished as it could be but it is still comfortable. (Please note that there is no TV.)
Please note: until 31 March, three days notice is required if you are renting a car.
Guests will have access to the room, the bathroom, the kitchen if desired and the yard. The living room can be used as well. If guests need to do laundry, they are more than welcome to - I simply ask that if it is nice out, it goes on the line instead of in the dryer.
Interaction with guests
I love meeting guests! I will be happy to interact as much or as little as you'd like. I often barbecue regardless of season and invite guests to join me for dinner if they are interested.
Other things to note
I am an Airbnb guest myself and I strive to make this space and your experience the same as I would like when I travel.
Respect is key.
Make a mess, clean it up.
I'm on a tight schedule in the morning so please don't be in the shower at 8:35!
No smoking, no drugs.
I love adventure, so much so that I'm an adventure racer. I love travel. I love history and learning. I am a huge geek who can spout off trivia at any time.
I'm very easy going and I figure whatever will happen, will happen. I'm a bit of a free spirit. I suck up knowledge and new experiences like a sponge and crave more. I believe that we've got one chance on this planet so why waste it? Live every chance you can. Adventure won't find you - you have to go find it. Most of my travel stories start with, "I got lost..." and end up awesome.
I love to laugh. I love music (not the crap that's on the radio, however). I love life.
Yes, I know it's a crappy photo. It was early morning, on a harbour, nearly directly into the sun. We (the other shoulder) were getting ready for a race and decided to make a face for the camera. This is the only recent picture I have.