About this listing
If you want to work at UFPE, here is a true advice: public transport is a main hurdle, with heavy traffic and security concerns. We are at walking distance to UFPE and FACIPE. This is a moskito free apartment with net and iron fences all over. The room has a double bed, wardrobe for single, shelves, 'split air conditioning' and a ceiling fan. You may want to just try our basic breakfast and walk to UFPE. You will feel comfortable in an English speaking environment!
This is a bedroom with two windows in a 4 bedrooms apartment. It is good for a short stay for two people. The apartment is located less than 20 min drive distance from the International airport of Guararapes, Boa Viagem beach, the interestate bus station (TIP), and main shopping centers. There is a security guard in the street in the evening.
You will be sharing with other guests and with myself a kitchen, laundry and a separate dining/living room that opens into a cosy deck. We can see my 46" TV with apple TV, Chromecast and cable TV.
Interaction with guests
I am a 66 years old retired professor working from home in e-learning, translations, etc. I lived for 10 years in New Zealand with my husband who was a newzealander. Since he passed away in 2013, I returned to my former Family in Brazil. Now I feel like welcoming people from overseas and treating them with the same kindness I was treated abroad. I will be happy to support you with my English for your 'getting around'.
Other things to note
We have a covered parking space for one car. I listed two rooms in my apartment. The winner is the one who applies first for the car park for the same period.
Keep the noise to a minimum before 9 AM and after 10 PM. No drugs, animals, smoking of any kind. If you want to invite friends, let´s talk in advance. Please ask for advice on the settings for the air conditioning, coffee and wash machine. Hope you enjoy your stay.
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I am a professor under superannuation in Brazil. Now I am a translator for e-learning contents on the web.
I lived for 10 years in New Zealand with my husband who was a newzealander. Since he passed away early last year, I returned to my Family in Brazil. Now I feel like welcoming people from overseas treating them with the same kindness they treated me.