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Timo Cheah

Timo Cheah, 20 from Canada (male)
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Network: Canada
Present Country: Canada
Join Date: September 29, 2017
Last Updated: August 18, 2018
Last Signed In: September 1, 2018

Companion Ad:
Hello I am a 20 year old Canadian who is looking for a travel mate during my time in Europe starting in April 2018. I am very easy going and love to share stories and jokes. My plan is to do a bike tour where I visit many of my friends, volunteer in homeless shelters, work on farms and etc. If you aren't much of a biker, I can arrange to stay somewhere for an extended amount of time. A few places I am considering are Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Netherlands, and France. Please let me know if you have any other opportunities as I am very flexible.

Next Destination(s):
Vancouver Island, BC

Helper Description:
Currently planning to travel to South America this spring/summer.

Timo has a wide range of abilities to offer hosts. He has considerable knowledge of Architecture Technology, Sustainable design, and freelances this expertise in his time between semesters.

Timo is very adaptable. He is eager to help in any way he can and wishes to ensure one is using his abilities to there full potential, but still understands the importance of the Critical Path.

Farming has been a life-changing experience. The ability to problem solve is critical to the worker and organizer managing any project. Farming has taught Timo what it means to have 3 meals a day and is conscious of this when planning portion sizes in the kitchen.

Converstaional Spanish and French are very important to his yearn to learn about other's cultures.