Central location to all things Tampa Bay. Close to beaches, Dunedin, down town St. Pete, and downtown Ybor. Plenty of near by things to keep you busy on your adventure.
We have a 2 year old Plott Hound named Scooby. He is high energy and super friendly.
We also recently adopted a Terrier mix, she is very sweet and loves to be pet. Both will be excited to meet you.
The guest room is a private room with a private bath across the hall. During your stay you will have exclusive access to these rooms.
Zugang für Gäste
Usually there are Bagels, Cream Cheese and a variety of coffee available for our guest. If you have a specific need, do let me know, and perhaps I can get it for you while I'm out.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We are available if need be, we are also happy to socialize in the common areas. There is a nice back lanai, that also features a fire pit in the back yard.
If you are interested, we have big yard games, Jenga, Connect 4, and corn Hole, which we can pull out for your entertainment.
We welcome guest to use all comon space. The office and our bedroom is off limits.
We do have a large dog. He is very friendly and sometimes very talkative.
If you use the kitchen please clean up after yourself.
After using the shower or bath please rinse out the tub. - We do provide shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and shaving razors as needed.
Hang towels behind bathroom door when finished with them.
All smoking is done outside in the back patio.
Do NOT park on the grass.
Come and go as you please, just inform us when you're coming in. My boyfriend works from home and sometimes our dog barks at people by the door.
I've been nomadic since birth. There is no way around this, so I embrace it - as the rest of you do. I've been to a few places in the states, and a few more outside of our boundaries. In 2014 I taught teaching English in S. Korea. It was an excellent opportunity to enhance my life and enable me to see more of the world.
The five things I cannot live without seem to be an interesting concept. As a nomad, there are many things I can live without, and do so by choice. I'm not one for the materialist way of life but there are things that I just love to do. 5 things I can't live without would include - 1) A way to travel. As a nomad this is arguably the most important thing to have. 2) A way to document my adventures 3) Books to read - after all that is where the world's inspiration is hidden 4) Good company - what is an adventure without good company to exchange stories with? 5) Art - all forms. I'm a very kinetic thinker and learner and need stimulus of all kinds. After all, what is a journey if your experiences do not enhance all senses?
As a guest I'm pretty cool. I'm very laid back and casual. I'm easy to get a long with, and like to leave my space exactly as it was before I used it. I'm not super good at holding conversations, but I have a lot of interesting things to say and I love listing to stories.
In Florida, I have my own car, which is nice. This makes it very easy to get around. Having a car also minimizes interesting interactions with people on a daily basis. Preferably, I would rely on public transportation, however, the public transit system here is lackluster.
My life's motto is a conglomeration of a few ideas; 1) "Don't think just do". This idea helps prevent over thinking as a means to convince yourself out of an awesome idea. Instead, it is very conducive to a life of adventure; 2) Life is too short, the world is to small - there is no reason to say in the same place for the entirety of your life. Get out there and see the world and everything it has to offer! :) 3)"Carpe Diem" Oh Captain my Captain! - No coloration to the Dead Poet's Society, Carpe Diem roughly translates to "Don't put off for tomorrow what you can do today". This encourages activeness, and creativity, and minimizes laziness and lethargic characteristics. The world is beautiful, it's my goal to see all she has to offer.