I'm looking for a place - Close to my VFS campus or near public transport
- Needed on:
- June 01, 2019
- $400-950 per month
- I Don't Smoke
- I Don't have a Pet
- Gender Roommates:
- No Preference
I am a 24 year old male currently living in Mexico City. I´m looking for a place to live during my 12 month program at VFS. I am a quiet guy that enjoys working out and playing videogames. I like to relax when I´m at home. I don´t smoke and i don´t drink excessively. Most of the time I will be drawing or playing videogames with headphones.
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