Hello, my name is Maria Cristina and I’m an Italian native speaker:) I am a determined, precise, proactive, patient, responsible and understanding person with a lot of humour. I love children: spending time with them is always giving me so much!! I’ve just moved to Vienna and I’m attending German courses here. I have a 5 Years Master Degree in Primary and Kindergarten Education Science and I have experience as kindergarten and Primary School teacher. I deeply love my job and I’m interested in always keeping updating my pedagogical competencienses and knowledge. Before starting working in schools, I also did an au pair program experience in Colorado (USA) for 3 months taking care of a one-year-old child and I did some babysitting experiences during my study. I love doing sports, especially outdoor!!! Spending time in the nature trekking, running and skiing (depending on the seasons,)) it’s fundamental for me: it gives me energy and a lot of positivity:) If you think I could be the right person for your beloved and special children please don´t hesitate to contact me or ask me for further informations :) Thank you in advance, Maria Cristina
After a nine year lag, it?s time to get back on the wagon with the powerful and long-awaited album Hang from punk rock mainstays Lagwagon. It?s not that the band broke up or even went on hiatus after releasing 2005?s Resolve. They?ve continued a robust tour schedule, and frontman Joey Cape has released a steady stream of original material as a solo artist and with his other projects Bad Astronaut, Scorpios, and Bad Loud (not to mention cranking out cover albums with his other other project Me First and the Gimme Gimmes). ?I?m writing all the time,? says Cape, ?but a lot of times it doesn?t feel appropriate for Lagwagon. It?s not who the band collectively is at the time, and the mold is constantly changing. Sometimes it takes a decade for all the stars to align!? That celestial harmonic convergence finally happened a few years ago when the band was on tour. ?The lightbulb over the head came on, and I knew what the record would sound like and what we?d be saying. It?s less of the ?90s punk rock style we?re known for. But this is the record my band wanted and needed to make.? Indeed, the overall sound of Hang is darker and more hard-charging than some of Lagwagon?s best-known work, as they address themes including loss, betrayal, aging, the environment, and the plight of the common man. It?s not a totally bleak picture, though: all that disconnectedness underscores the need to make emotional investments, ensuring that empathy doesn?t in fact become obsolete. The album also includes a musical tribute to Cape?s late best friend, collaborator, and frequent tour mate Tony Sly (No Use For A Name), who died in July 2012, just days after the two had wrapped what would be their final acoustic tour. The title of ?One More Song? draws from the closing chant of Sly?s solo track ?Liver Let Die,? but was directly inspired by a different song, one we?ll never be able to hear. ?The last few days we were on tour together, he was writing a song and he played it for me and it was amazing,? says Cape about the song?s inspiration. ?What happened to that song? I can?t remember it. I can?t recall it well enough to say ?this is the last song Tony wrote.? The band plan to release an arc of three singles with accompanying videos, but won?t be appearing in the clips themselves, opting to work with a creative team that will focus on their words rather than their faces. ?I think some of the coolest things you see on YouTube are lyric videos: so sophisticated. It?s filmmaking, it?s about how much vision the person has.? So you won?t see their faces on their YouTube channel, but there?s an easy way to check out the mugs of a band who once played 284 shows in a single year: on a stage near you once the album is released on October 28. ?This is the first record we?ve made in the history of the band that we wholeheartedly agree that we want to play every single song on the record live,? says Joey. ?It?ll be great to play new songs. Sheesh, please!?
I have worked in tourism field for already 8 years and I think I have great experiences in planning the trips individually eccording to traveler’s interests and wishes . I am happy when I share my knowledge and love of my county to the guest . As for me I amCheerful and easy going person and all the trips are fun in Georgia . Lots of laugh , history , and Georgian wine . Cheers looking forward to hearing from you soon RegardsMariam
My name is Daria, I was born in Moscow and for the whole life I've been living, studying and working here. I've been communicating with the foreigners since the age of 14. I had graduated from a private English school located in Moscow that taught me to be interested in history, cultures and international communications. For the last years, I'm really interested in attracting tourists to visit and observe my hometown and to break the stereotypes of Russians drinking vodka and living with bears. Let me show you the real city, people and lifestyle of the most severe nations of the world (what other think of us). P.S That's a part of Russian humour :)
Hallo, mein Name ist Haein. Ich studiere momentan Freie Kunst an der Kunstakademie. bin auf der Suche nach ein Minijob als Babysitter neben meinem Studium. Ich habe schon einige Erfahrungen mit 5-6 jahrige Kinder als ihre Kunstlehrerin, und weiß wie man mit Kinder umgehen soll. Malen und Zeichnen bringe ich gerne bei, wenn es gefördert wird. Schreiben Sie gerne wenn mein Profil Ihnen gefallen hat:) Hello. my name is Haein. I'm studying Fine Art at Düsseldorf University of Art at the moment and looking for part-time Job as Babysitter. I have already experienced with 5-6 years old kids as their Art teacher, so playing and caring with your lovely kids would be no problem! If you think I would be the appropriate one please contact me :)
My name is Rosa Elena. I am Mexican. For the last years, I have been traveling and studying abroad in order to learn different languages. In the last 16 months, I lived with a host family in France where I got to learn French and I looked after their kids. It was a great experience for me and it showed me that its the best way to learn a different language and a new culture. At the moment I am learning German and I think is a great idea to practice out what I have learned so far, I also love kids and I like to show my culture to others. I am a very reliable, responsible, and sociable person. In the future, I would like to become a teacher for kids and different languages. I speak fluent English and French (C1) also Slovak (B1) Czech and Portuguese (A2) and learning German (A1). I am available starting from the second week of July. If you are looking for someone who can look after your kids during the summer or teach a new language, do not hesitate to contact me. I 'll be happy to do it.
Hello, I am Caitlin. I am from the USA, but at this point condsider myself and ex-pat since I have lived in Europe for nearly 10 years. I landed in Spain in 2010, where I lived and worked as an English teacher for six years, before making the move to Germany where I currently live. I, of course, speak English as my native language, and I am fully fluent in Spanish, as well. Still working on the German, but I do speak a little. I have gathered a great deal of experience and skills from my time as a teacher- I have taught babies/kids/teenagers/adults, and I enjoy the adaptability that these different groups demand. I found that I have a lot in common with kids- we like the same things: drawing, coloring, singing, music, stories, imagination, animals, taking a walk, being outside, and so on. I am fond of all ages of children, but I have to say that I have a particular affinity for the little ones, around age 4-5. They are so funny and filled with love! It is such a sweet age. That said, I would love to assist you in your childcare needs. Please send me a message if you think that we can work together and we will go from there. Thanks for reading and have a great day! Hola, yo me llamo Caitlin. Soy de los EEUU, pero ahora me considero expatriada ya que llevo casi 10 años en Europa. Llegué a España en 2010, y ahí me quedé 6 años trabajando como profesora de inglés. Hablo inglés como mi primer idioma, y tengo muy buen dominio del castellano. Todavía estoy aprendiendo alemán, pero si me defiendo. He recogido mucha experiencia con niños por ser profesora. He enseñado a bebes/niños/adolescentes/adultos y me disfruto de la adaptabilidad que precisan estos grupos distintos. He encontrado que tengo mucho en común con los niños- lo pasamos bien con lo mismo: dibujar, pintar, cantar, dar una vuelta, estar el aire libre, música, imaginación, animales, etc. Tengo afecto para los niños de toda edad, pero tengo mucho cariño para los de 4-5 años. Son muy divertidos y llenos de amor. Es una edad tan tierna. Eso dicho, sería un placer ayudarle a usted cuidar de sus hijos. Por favor, envíeme un mensaje si piense que podamos trabajar juntos. Gracias por leer y que tenga buen día. Saludos!
My tour is a leisurely paced, small group, walking tour. I cut bookings off once I get to 6 bookings. The plan is to show you the main sites in Copenhagen while talking all about history, culture, people, food and much more in between. Think of this tour as a perfect introduction to Copenhagen!The tour is approximately 3 hours long, starting at the Town Hall Square and finishing at Amalienborg palace.Please note that when you book a tour with me - I will actually be your guide! I've been touring in Copenhagen for over 7 years, and the reviews I have are about my personal tours. I'd love for you to join me on a walk through my favourite city! See you in Copenhagen!- Benjamin
Hello everyone! My name is Szabi, a native Hungarian and a full-time licensed tour guide in Budapest for several years now. In my Art Nouveau tours of Budapest I would like to introduce you to this outstandingly exceptional design in our capital city. In many cases, Art Nouveau buildings are hidden treasures of Budapest, but if you follow my lead throughout these journeys I can assure that you will get an unexpected overview of the city. Memories have always been important to me. Therefore, I believe they are for everyone; by the end of our tour, I think you will have a cherishable and unforgettable experience in a long time :)