Oof, I'm terrible at this. Describe yourself, it says. OK, here goes: I'm a Canadian guy living and working in Belgrade, Serbia, after a 9-year stint doing the same in Budapest. My last big trip was a 42-country, 18-month ride on an old Vespa, which remains the greatest accomplishment of my life, despite the fact that I never hit Africa. That's something I'll always regret and may have to get around to rectifying someday.
5 things I can't live without include water, food, shelter, beer, and high-speed wireless internet.
What's it like to host me? Well, I'm new to AirBnB, so I guess the jury's still out on that one. But I did use C o u c h s u r f i n g a heck of a lot on my scooter tour, and so far, no negative reviews! So there's that. I suppose I'd best be described as low-temperature, self-starting, and reasonably hygienic? Does that work?
Seriously though I'm a pretty laid-back traveler and adapt well to pretty much any situation. And the whole ethos of AirBnB scratches me right where I itch. I'm not a fan of big, impersonal hotels, and I like to get to know the places I visit. Staying in an informal B&B sort of arrangement sounds like a good start!