I am a recent college graduate who is biding time until I attend Air Force Officer Training. I am always looking for opportunities to enhance the human, personal experience of my travel, and Airbnb seemed to me a great way to do so.
This is just the beginning of my personal travels and a career that will take me across the globe, so there is much of the world and my own country that I have yet to see. I find travel to be the best way to keep an open mind and broaden my horizons. I have been up and down the East Coast from New York to Florida many times and have most recently been travelling to the Southwest (AZ, NM, UT). The most memorable of my travels was a month-long trip to Europe in Summer of 2012, where I was hosted in a small village in Southern France, took a short course at Oxford, then went on to see the London Olympics and tour Scotland and Ireland.
I am a fairly light traveler, and am clean and organized as a function of maintaining peace of mind. As a guest, one could expect me to be helpful in whatever way is asked and leave a room exactly as I found it or better. (It is not uncommon for me to spontaneously clean my friends' rooms and kitchens while they are out or asleep.) First and foremost, I am very respectful of my hosts and can be as personable or ephemeral as they so desire. I am as comfortable talking for hours as silently minding my own business.
To best describe my interests, the phrase "an amateur in everything, an expert in nothing" is appropriate, the product of a very diverse education and many different activities over my lifetime. There is, quite literally, nothing that I will not talk about and am willing to at least consider doing most anything. I tend to dive into rather than shy away from deep conversation. Some favorite, enormously broad categories include nature, physical activities, science, and technology. (Just don't expect me to contribute much on pop culture or sports.)
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