I'm traveling around USA for 1 year in an RV with my wife and 8 year old son.
We like to meet cool people and share stories about traveling and different cultures.
We've lived in South Korea for 10 years, where I taught at a university.
We have traveled extensively throughout Asia and Europe.
My wife is from Bulgaria and loves to cook and can teach you how to make delicious traditional Bulgarian and Korean meals.
Along with working as a university teacher, I've also worked as a personal trainer and stock analyst. So I can help you in these areas if you'd like. Our son speaks Korean and Bulgarian.
We're pretty laid back and value meeting new people and making new memories rather than acquiring material things.
You can view some photos of my family here to get to know us:
Grant, Galya, and Jonus (age 8)
languages: Bulgarian, Korean, English
cooking Bulgarian, Korean, and other Asian foods
Installing solar in an RV
No, but my son loves dogs.
Cracker Barrel at Davenport, FL
Hollywood Casino at Ranson, WV (and taking a walk through historic Charles Town, WV.
Irwin, PA (near Pittsburgh, PA)
38ft. Montana Mountaineer fifth wheel with slideouts. If required, we can keep the slideouts in. Our tow vehicle is a Chevy 2500. Total length with the rig and tow vehicle is about 56ft.
We enjoyed having this interesting family as guests. Great conversations with the three, especially the youngest. Any host should be privileged to have them visit.
It was truly a pleasure spending time with them. Jonas is very intelligent and helpful.
Welcome back anytime. I didn't have a lot of time to visit as I had a far flung ser call.
Fun interesting trio. Gayya and 8 year old Jonus speak English, Korean and Bulgarian. Grant speaks English some Korean and maybe more though I didn't ask.
Jonus is a precocious home schooled boy and his friend Ben and his father also visited them here. They all three are World travelers and interested in just everything possible.
One evening they treated me to some homemade Wedding Soup I presume it to be a Bulgarian dish but didn't think to ask until just now. It had some very tasty balls that looked to be a combination of rice, veggies and meat.
They are welcome to come again anytime, even if I'm out of the country and they can't get a hold of me when they may need to park here for a few days sometime.
Enjoyed our visit, have a safe trip