Our place is close to Westfield shopping centre in Stratford & the Olympic park. It's a 2 min walk to Forest Gate station and 5 mins (train) to Stratford, 11 mins to Liverpool street or 30 min travel to most areas in central London. Lots of beautiful parks are a 5 mins walk away. A fantastic pub with great kitchen and beer garden is just behind the house. The neighbourhood is a vibrant mix of caribbean, european and far East. The ''real'' East End of London living happily together.
The place is a duplex garden maisonette with bedrooms and bathroom upstairs and living areas and a small WC bathroom downstairs.
You will have use of the kitchen, livingroom, conservatory & garden.
You can contact me anytime on my private mobile number.
This is a gay friendly London flat share. We do not descriminate against anyone and expect the same. Zero tolerance for drugs or abusive behaviour. We try to keep noise levels calm after 12pm.
Your are welcome to use the kitchen, garden, tv / movies etc etc if you smoke you are welcome to smoke in the garden.
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Brit/Germanian mix who grew up in DE/UK. Works in Travel but enjoys to travel even more. London based for last 15 years GO LONDON!
Likes pubs/cafes socialising with friends, photography, any water based sports or activities, DH Mountain Biking trails, travelling, watching vintage car races, picnics and summer in general.
Favorite travel destinations would have to be: Cuba, Philippines and Italy. For cities London, Hongkong, New York and Berlin are hard to beat.
Book wise it varies, last books were "Capital" by John Lancaster. "Outlaws & the Hells Angels biker wars" Tony Thompson & "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad.
Favorite directors are Anh Han Trung and Clint Eastwood. Movies to many to mention.
Music is vary varied from house music to all of our great british bands.
Food wise I like Thai food most followed by chinese but I do like our traditional Northern german dishes too.
Get on with cats but generally speaking more the big dog type of person.
When travelling I prefer staying in budget places and splashing out more on my travelling expenses.
My life motto would be: When you look back at your life. Have you left a positive impact on the people you touched. Religions are many but should God not be inside each one of us?