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I'm from Montreal (Quebec), I'm 27 years old and I study political science.I speak french, english and a bit spanish. I like to travel a lot! I also like litterature, cinema and cooking. I'm a very open minded person.
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Camille was a very poor guest and I would definitely not recommend her to future hosts. There was a lot of miscommunication on her part. I'm not sure what she was expecting but if she would have fully read the description and reviews of our apartment, she would have been better prepared.
I think if Camille wanted complete privacy she probably would have been better off staying at a hotel because she doesn't seem to know how Airbnb works and is not very good at sharing spaces with others. I got locked out of my apartment and Camille and her guest were the only people home and they couldn't be bothered to answer the door.
I told Camille there was only one rule at the apartment - to leave the restroom door open AFTER showering to let out the steam, and she couldn't abide by it.
On top of that, I think it goes without saying, guests should always lock the doors behind them. She also had a problem with that which I felt was very inconsiderate of the roommates and our apartment.
We go out of our way to try and include all of our guests and make them feel at home but Camille was very unfriendly and cold. It was very uncomfortable.
Booking Camille and her friend was a very big mistake.
Camille, Nicole, and Celine were wonderful guests! They were very appreciative of everything - of the Coyoacan experience as well as the rest of Mexico City, and of my place. I was very impressed that they climbed all the pyramids in one shot! I loved hearing about their adventures each day, and about all the ground they covered. It was also a lot of fun trying to speak French. I hope they return one day.