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John Jay High School, Texas Tech University, University of North Texas
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Hey, I'm Tami!
London, England, United Kingdom · Member since October 2011

Life is a Treasure Hunt, as a traveler, we are searching out life's 'wonders' - in nature, cities and in people. What better way to 'really' meet the 'soul' than in their home. I open my home to you, that's where the heart is ♥ And I can promise you in my home you are my guest and I'm respectful to your uniqueness and your privacy. Also, when the time is right, it's always such a treat to listen to my guests stories of their travels and life experiences. I always learn so much. Of course, I too enjoy to share and I can guarantee the best of memories.

I've been blessed to have lived so far in Seven countries. This is the order of places I've lived - Born in Châteauroux, France, lived in Kansas City, Missouri, Las Vegas, Nevada, Ramstein, Germany, Alexandria, Louisiana, San Antonio, Texas, Newport Beach, California, Fairbanks, Alaska, Cabo San Lucas, Baja Mexico, Tokyo, Japan, Auckland, New Zealand, and London, England. In 2015, I plan to move to Sydney, Australia. I am a global citizen who loves and I mean absolutely loves all the wonderful cultures of our world. Airbnb brings us all together as family. My family is my Natalie, she's 13 years old and you'll meet her. She's a delightful, bright, and athletic girl. She's amazing at track and loves winning almost every race in hurdles. We also have Sweetpea, she's so much her 'name' - tiny too! Honestly she's no bother, gosh, Sweetpea sleeps all the time like a cat.
One of my favorite quotes: The best things in life must be 'shared'.

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