À propos de ce logement
Safe & gated house about 15 mins drive to the airport, 7 mins walk to the convention center, 10 mins drive to town, and 2 mins walk from restaurants (Ethiopian, local, & chinese).
Double size bed and a wardrobe, private bathroom with hot water, living room, dinning, storage, and kitchen. There's a security guard at night and full time maid who can assist with any requests for food, laundry, or transportation.
$7 for breakfast & $12 for dinner. There's free internet at night at no cost.
I joined Airbnb because of the great connections (and friends) I established while couch surfing. We're interested in getting to meet new people, especially those from different cultures, and I can promise you good stories about tarantula rearing in Central America if you ask.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to all shared spaces: the living room, dining, kitchen, storage rooms, shared bathrooms, and any outdoor areas. If you're lucky, you could get to hang out in the private upstairs balcony hammock!
Échanges avec les voyageurs
My roommate and I are available to support you during your stay and our maid can run errands for you while we're away. We're a social bunch but we'll give you the space number you need to be comfortable and have your privacy while you're around.
- Smoking only allowed outside. Guests can host a friend over with prior communication or invite a friend+ to an ongoing house activity but can't independently throw parties or events
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
I am a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Belize) and an aspiring globetrotter and polyglot (language goals: swahili, korean, zulu, lingala, amharic, and spanish). I am fully East African, partially American, and whole heartedly Q'eqchi Mayan.
Couchsurfing in Canada led me to Airbnb. I love learning new languages, exploring new cultures, cooking, baking, and weirdly, cleaning.
I work Monday-Friday and like to kick back on weekends - go to a local cafe, grab drinks with friends, or occasionally host get togethers.
I've mostly lived in Uganda, Rwanda, U.S (East Coast), and Belize and love to travel, read, and cook/bake.
I'm pretty tidy and prefer things that way but we have a lady, Jeanne, who helps with the cleaning, washing, and other errands etc