From: Germany

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    Account Type

    Individual account

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    Travelling to

    Finland, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom

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    Travel dates

    01/10/2019 - 31/12/2019

  • Badges

    Good Workawayer

  • Description

    My name is Anissa, I'm 31 years old and I'm from Nordrhein-Westfalen in Germany. I work as a chimney cleaner and have a master's degree. I like to work outdoors. My job is versatile, technical but also social.
    Right now is a good time for me to take a break and I want to see different places, meet people and do something for me and my soul.

    I'd prefer to go to Scotland or Norway as I'm interested in want is life and work like over there and I would like to learn more about their culture and history.

    Working outdoors is what I would enjoy most, preferably with animals. But I'm also skilled in technical works, gardening, chopping wood, cooking, babysitting. I am a friendly, open-minded and dedicated person and I'm used to hard work and am not afraid of getting my hands dirty.

    I am looking forward to improving my English during my stay because I find it hard to express myself sometimes.

    When I was fourteen I lost my hair due to an autoimmune disease called alopecia areata. But besides the fact that I have no hair I am not limited in any way.
    In my free time I like to be in nature, go climbing or do handicrafts with wood, meet my friends and go to concerts.

  • Type of help

    Babysitting / child care
    Elderly Companion
    General Maintenance
    Cooking / shopping
    Help with Eco project
    Help in the house
    Animal care
    Helping with Tourists
    Charity work
    Art project

  • What skills do you have?

    Good with tools, whether mowing or trimming the lawn, working with the drill, wood or similar.

  • Languages spoken

    German, English (not fluently)

  • Age


  • Some more information

    • Smoker

    • Driver's licence

    • Allergies
      Housedust, Pollen

    • Special dietary requirements
      Vegetarian, I avoid wheat flour