Smoking it is absolutely forbidden inside the house. We do not accept drugs either. We do have a dog so we can only accept very small pets only if you accept the "potential danger" although our dog is very nice and he could enjoy some company. We are an easy going couple. We came here to study so we try to keep our costs to the minimum, turning the lights off, recycling and respecting our neighbors and guests
The kitchen is off limits. Of course having a coffee and a tea is more than ok but we are very strict with our cleaning standards. Due to the baby and our studies and work, we prefer that our guests do not cook to avoid odors, noise and after-cooking dirt. Long term visitors (more than 2 days) can of course have a few things in the freezer like jam and bread.
Shoes are also not allowed. All our guests receive a pair of brand new sleepers to move around the house
I am a 40 year old professional from Argentina. I have worked in humanitarian assistance all my life. I had the opportunity to travel to over 50 countries and worked under the umbrella of big international organizations including the United Nations in East Timor after the civil war.
In 2008 I founded the Imara Foundation of Humanitarian Assistance and Risk Management which I still preside ( Apart from this, which steals most of my free time I am a specialist in security and safety and have lots of different initiatives. I am a university professor, I have founded and I chair the Imara International Humanitarian Group ( .
I am currently living with my wonderful wife Andrea, my baby girl Luana and my dog Matute.
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