In October 2007 I went to Australia to complete my bicycle racer/ I wanna be the best drug free athlete I can be odyssey and embark upon a walk about to see the world. 4 countries and a somewhat notable sporting achievement later I was was feelings a bit broke so on the suggestion of a Vietnamese guesthouse owner I got a job teaching english in HCMC VietNam. I was doing really well,new watch, new cellphone (after drowning my first cell), new computer, a couple of new cameras, a 40$ bicycle- great quality but atleast as old as me- a 6$/night room and a small family run guest house in Pham Ngu Lao and plans to leave with about 7000$ in pocket. In the beginning of 2009 I was told to come home because one of my favourite family members was dying. Another had died quite unexpectedly 3 months before... but I was not expected to return home for that. This was followed with the passing of that relative and 13 months of helping my relatives piece their lives back together after the catastrophies that had befallen them... and mooching off (and doing odd jobs, mostly home renovation for $$ and free food and shelter) for the wealthier more fortunate relatives around. And visiting some friends. Alot of profiles say friends and family are top priority, in my case I have a story that proves it.
That is quite old(2009) and should be change... I've since ridden a bicycle in about 50 countries and now I've stopped to teach English for the 4th time in the last 6 year.
Eh bon, je viens de decider d'ecrire quelquechose en francais. Comme tu vu es je manques tous les accents parce-que je utilise un clavier anglais. Le Francais est mon deuxieme langue et je suis vraiment plus expressionant et impressionant en englais. Mais j'essayer a dire quelquechose enfrancais... just pour toutes les belle filles francophone qui sont ici et qui lissent mon profile. Tu as de la chance tu as trouve un homme polyvalent, aventureux, gentil, independant et actif avec un beau sourire. A+
I am ingenious, thrill seeking, and unique