San Francisco is the city of my parents' births, and as much as I adore exploring the world, I just can't seem to tear myself away from the beauty of this place. That said, I eagerly await discovering the place that will capture me next. In the meantime, I'm collecting memories from adventures beyond my little spot on the earth: camping on misty South African mountain ranges, swimming around uninhabited islands in Honduras, getting stranded while backpacking in Glacier National Park, hitchhiking in New Zealand, singing (poorly) (email hidden), eating fish tacos like they were going out of style in Mexico...the best moments always being those shared with others, friend or stranger.
I currently teach in San Francisco. Being a teacher, I am punctual, go to bed at a reasonable hour, am responsible, follow directions well, like things neat and organized, and love shopping for seemingly ingenious yet relatively useless office supplies. Generally speaking, I try to live in a way so that others feel good about themselves while in my company. I don't think kindness is overrated.
My travel style is usually this: wake up early, go for a run, be out and about all day and evening (essentially soaking in as much as I can and going where the day takes me), and enjoy eight full hours of shut eye.