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Charlie Smith High, University of the West Indies
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Nassau, Bahamas · Member since December 2013
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I'm a people person. I really enjoy meeting and working with a lot of different people. I'm efficient, highly organized, a perfectionists and a creative thinker. I enjoy solving problems. I have been living in Coral Harbor, Nassau Bahamas for the past Two (2) years.
Originally from Tourist central Jamaica, I have been living in the Bahamas for Ten (10) years. Exposure to tourism and tourists, both in Jamaica and here in The Bahamas, have equipped me to treat my guests like royalties. The way I would love to be treated.
I am married with child. My wife and I live and work within 14 minutes of our rental property. We take pride in our property and are responsive to any of our guests needs. Since we are local, we deal with our guests directly – from key exchanges, to cleaning, to repairs, and anything in between. We are always listening to our guests requests and do able abide by their legal desire.
In the odd case that we are not here when you check in, be assure that we will make your stay worry free.
We would love to host you, your family, your friends.
I like travelling, can't wait to visit Brazil, Europe and the far east. I have enjoyed stays in a few Caribbean Island, I have managed to island hop a little bit here in The beautiful Bahamas. I have been to the most prominent tourism hot spots in Jamaica.
I am calm, very serene with flavours of spontaneity. I am a gadget freak, my wife... not so much. I love and admire beauty in the world; in places; in people in and around me. I believe that beauty is skin deep and your true colours will outshine the camouflage. In "The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty", Sean O'Connell states that 'Beautiful things don't ask for attention'.