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I live in Zone 2, Battersea/Clapham, in a rare house designed in 1830 and built after, in the South of London, SW12 8TY , far from the Luton and Stanstead Airports. It is a tedious journey from Heathrow. It is not ideal for one night transits. Clapham Junction is closer to Gatwick airport. This is not good for early morning outbound flights. There is no 24 hour access and a curfew after 11pm. I like my sleep. The best window of arrival is between 18:00 and 20:00 to get you organised. Registration and induction takes about 50 minutes.
There are lots of books and a large garden with foxes, cats, plenty of bird life and squirrels. There is a cherry tree and 300 year old Mulberry tree from the time of the Huguenot. They started a lace industry in Wandsworth.
The river Wandle is worth exploring, it is about 12 miles long and since Roman times has been a hive of industry give mechanical force. I recommend the River Wandle museum. I am a member of British museum and can get one person into the exhibition for free.
I am an educator, scientist, owner of the Joanna Pinewood Education Centre. It is a large building and people have got lost if they are too nosey and they could get hurt as there is always redecorating and refurbishment. Sometimes a workshop will be be taking place with international trainees. I am an EU project manager.
I am prepared to read requests in French or English from students and teachers who are prepared to help me to make a sustainable garden, tidy up their room and even do chores in exchange for accommodation. If you are an interesting person involved in Erasmus + or UN funded projects I will read your request.
I will need your full name not nicknames and a photocopy of your passport and proof of your address and parent's address. I have been approached by too many cons and spams. the world is getting smaller and there are many who want something for nothing.
I am a member of CAT : Centre of Alternative Technology.
My uncle's social worker says I am a flirt. I am single and divorced !! I enjoy listening and talking with women. When I am asked by women if I want sugar in my tea , I say I am sweet enough. Only some girlfriends have disagreed.
My great uncle died in March 2018 and he lived here. I need help with dusting and tidying. When you arrive you will be given chores or you will be shown the door.
Por qué estoy en Couchsurfing
To make CS contacts from Canada /Ukraine and Belarus.
In 2018 plan to visit North America ; I am an forensic analyst , visiting museums and institutions of Climate - Change and Renewable Energy in Quebec , Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Waterloo, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Yellow County, Vancouver . Hope to use CS to find most of my accommodation.
I would like to do some sailing and rowing in Belarus and Ukraine.
I will only host people who have have full or nearly completed verification. I have trust issues.
I do not give keys to strangers . Please verify your identity. I am not in the hotel or renting business. hope you have got sleeping bags.
- environmental studies
- foreign languages
- sustainable development
- climate change
- renewable energy
- 3d modeling
- creative writing
- 3d printing
- sustainable agriculture
- healthy diet
- 3d design
Música, películas y libros
Algo increíble que he hecho
I think I have done lots so choosing one would be hard and boastful.
Enseña, aprende, comparte
Qué puedo ofrecer a los anfitriones
If you start the request conversation with the word "uncle", I will know that you have read my profile. This is a rare house so any damage caused needs to be paid for. Like for woofers this can be an enjoyable visit and a sustainable expereince and we might remain friends . Like with woofing there is an exchange of experiences. If you want your stay to be comfortable a gift of a bottle of beer will not pass "GO". You have to put in some time on chores. Commercial travelers and business people looking for a freebie please look elsewhere. If you have lost your home look to shelter and your local council. There is a European information centre in Hammersmith in POSK. If you are a distraction I will ask you to leave.
If you have a great personality and sustainable skills to offer or teach I can give you some time. Don't be surprised if our conversation is over some chores.
In the British museum; the covered court yard has several coffee points. I like their paper cups with the frescoes on the sides or the Beatrix Potter rabbits. I think they make great souvenirs for tourists. There is a member's bar as well, not been there yet but could. Rodin studied Greek sculpture here.
I often take adult learners and visitors to the embankment at festival hall / south bank between Westminster and Waterloo Bridge. It is well protected from road traffic and there is lots of ethnic food and drink.
Near Putney bridge on the South side , there is a French Market on a Saturday , east of the church along the embankment , there is a plaza with with lots of hip places ; another Saturday market is a farmer's market in Barnes village between Barnes Bridge and Hammersmith Bridge that has a pond with ducks and geese. Further along you have the Wetlands ~ Hammersmith bird sanctuary; you might have to take your own thermos of coffee. On the river at Battersea park, there is the Thai Golden Peace Budha, somewhere there are coffee shops for mums and nannies I expect. . However in Clapham Common, there is by the pond, a caravan that sells a good breakfast and a good coffee to fisherman and workman. I noticed a few days ago a trailer on Vauxhall bridge that sells kebabs and burgers during the night, it is near the new American Embassy. I would also recommend two Thai places, one again South of Putney bridge , sponsored by the Thai Embassy and one on Garret lane corner of Kimber Street or road.
Países en los que he vivido
France, United Kingdom