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Michał Zapendowski and Meridith Zapendowska

Michał Zapendowski, 32 from Poland (couple)
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Network: International
Present Country: Chile
Join Date: September 22, 2016
Last Updated: January 3, 2018
Last Signed In: January 25, 2018

Companion Ad:
We hope to find camping companions in Patagonia and Tierra Del Fuego some time January 25- February 21. We have a tent and sleeping bags for outselves, other equipment hopefully we can find people to share!

Next Destination(s):
January& February 2018
Cordoba, Argentina
Patagonia
Ushuaia, Argentina
Punta Arenas
rio gallegos
buenos aires


Helper Description:
We are a Polish-American couple age 30/32 who decided to travel the world during 2016-2018. We saved up for 5 years and quit our jobs.
October-February - South America- Colombia to southern Argentina by land.

We will be in many different places but would like to pick a couple countries to stay for a month or more, help out in some way, and in return better get to know a different part of the world and its culture. We both speak fluent English and I (Michał) speak fluent French, Spanish and Polish. Meridith's Spanish is... rusty, to be nice. We love to work both with people and alone, indoors or outdoors. From an early age we both started working in customer service and food industry. Meridith focused on ceramics for a few years, women's rights and health, anthropology. Michal's hobbies include writing, painting, linguistics and political science. We have volunteered in clinics, schools, and a little bit in farms so far.