- Canterbury High School, Carleton University, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Queen's University
- Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada
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My name is Ryan Tolusso. I am a current Master's level student studying at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. I have lived in Ottawa for 13 years, except for four years spent at Queen's university in Kingston. I am studying international trade policy, and hope someday to be an analyst working with the federal government or the private sector. I have one year left before I graduate, and have been working for four months with the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development within the Canadian government.
My hobbies include European football, cycling, cooking and reading.
I am an avid fan of British football team Swansea City FC, and follow their every match and player transfer. There is nothing better than watching a match and seeing the result change in the final minutes of the game! I also play football with my friends or classmates regularly, and think it's a good way to meet people and build teamwork skill. It also helps me stay in good shape!
I am a big fan of cooking, as I am a big fan of food! It's too expensive to buy every meal at a pub or restaurant, so I have to make do creating delicious meals for myself. I am trying to master Italian cooking, and hope someday to be half as a good a cook as my dedicated Nona.
My favourite thing to do on a nice spring, summer or fall day is to take a nice, long bike ride. I like to explore urban areas on two walls, and to find all the nooks and crannies that my city has to offer. There are still parts of Ottawa I have never visited, and I would like to see the whole city before I leave.
I am creating a profile on Air BnB as I am planning a trip to France and Italy, from late April to June 2014. As I am a student, I will not have an excessive amount to spend, so I expect to stay in cheaper lodgings. I hope to make some connections on this website that will hopefully yield some really nice places to stay!