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Sauli Kivelš

Sauli Kivelš, 26 from Finland (male)
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Network: Europe
Present Country: New Zealand
Join Date: December 27, 2016
Last Updated: February 25, 2018
Last Signed In: May 6, 2018

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Iím 26 years old electrical engineering student from Finland. In 2014 I had enough of books for a while, so I got a job for a year and spend 4 months travelling in the next. I visited Croatia, Slovenia, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Thailand. It was my first time out of Finland, and also my first time travelling solo. I met some amazing people, made new friends, and overall had the adventure I was looking for. I even ended up attending one of my new friendís cousinís wedding. Somehow I thought that would have been enough travel for a lifetime, but here I am on a new trip already. I left Finland on the beginning of 2017 for a working holiday in New Zealand. Next Iím going to return to Europe, but I would like to stay somewhere warm and wait out the freezing cold weather in Finland.

Iíve worked at a finnish woodworking factory for a year and Iíve also done some work on construction sites now and then. Iím not afraid of hard work and Iím used to getting my hands dirty. In New Zealand I worked three months in Hawke's Bay planting native trees and maintaining various sites. Iím comfortable with most power tools and Iíve done lots of painting since coming here.

Iím a fast learner and one of the main reason why I travel is to try and learn new things along with practising my english. I really enjoy long walks in the woods and nature in general.

I donít smoke.

Looking forward to meeting you!