Small room in Glasgow, Scotland
I am English, a nurse, I work in a large hospital in Glasgow. My husband Mathias is French and he’s an engineer. We have 2 cats. We live in a small apartment in Glasgow. Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and has excellent facilities because of this. Anything you want you can find here! We are just a 10 minute train from the city centre but here by our apartment is quiet and there is a large park nearby or a nice quiet walk along the river. We also enjoy driving to the Scottish Highlands when the weather is nice, you can get there in an hour from here. I also regularly drive to the seaside at Ayr.
The room is small – we will put in a single bed and some drawers and a bedside table but not much more room than that. I want to stress this point because I don’t want to disappoint anyone. We can accommodate one adult or one child or one adult with a baby. We will share the bathroom, living room and kitchen. We also have a large garden that the person is welcome to use.
I have spent time at refugee camps in France giving medical support to refugees and I also sometimes volunteer with a charity here in Glasgow called Refuweegee so I do have some understanding of the struggles refugees face.
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