pva1

active 7 months ago • from Vancouver, Canada
My dream since I grew into my teenage years was to travel our world and get to experience all the incredible things it had to offer.

Basic Information

Age:31
Originally From:Calgary, Canada
Currently Living In:Vancouver, Canada
About Me:

I am a strong believer in the importance in following your dreams and believe if you put your mind, heart, and soul into it, you can accomplish just about anything this world has to offer. After years of backpacking through 35 countries, I’ve found...

I am a strong believer in the importance in following your dreams and believe if you put your mind, heart, and soul into it, you can accomplish just about anything this world has to offer. After years of backpacking through 35 countries, I’ve found my new home in Vancouver, BC. I have started a Non-Profit Society called Volunteers Without Borders which is designed to build the bridge and close the gap between volunteers in developed countries and hard working NGO’s in developing countries that need all the help they can get. To summarize its purpose, Volunteers Without Borders is an international volunteering placement company based out of Canada. I personally have visited all the projects we’ve partnered with and our goal has been to drive out the big money making high cost volunteer companies by offering the same if not better volunteer opportunities than they have but at the LOWEST possible cost. We now have 15 countries available to volunteer in throughout Asia and Africa.
Please visit our website @ www.volunteerswithoutborders.ca

I am 29 years old and have a degree in BSc Kinesiology. After graduation, I made a decision to focus the next 3-5 years of my life around traveling the world. After graduating university, I was able to earn enough money in 9 months that I was able to break free and begin my world adventures. On my first trip away, I spent the first 9 months backpacking in New Zealand, Australia, and SE Asia. I fell in love with our world and wasn't ready to stop so I ended up teaching English in Japan for the next 8 months. After teaching, I returned home to work in Canada for the summer. In September 2009, I took off on round 2 and spent the next 7 months travelling through a bit of Europe, and then all over Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, Burma, and Thailand. I returned once again back to Canada and quickly realized the urge to exercise the travel bug was still there and seemed even stronger than when I began. so in Jan 2011, I headed out on a 3rd trip to Africa and began a long overland journey from the south tip of Africa in Cape town, SA and eventually made it to the final destination of Cairo, Egypt. The trip took 9 1/2 months later, and took me through 14 countries and by the end of it I felt as though I had finally exercised the little bug enough that I could move on to a new chapter of my life. After reaching Cairo unharmed, I made my way back to Canada just in time for the start of winter to arrive and will now make an attempt to 'settle' down a little and try to live a so called 'normal' life. As there is an easy way of doing this, please tell me how.

Additional Information

Religion:N/A
Gender:Male
If you must know, I'm:Single
Interested in:Women