Quick Facts

Nickname
Gus
 
Favorite Food at Home
Arepas –a thick tortilla.
 
Favorite Food Abroad
Entraῆa – a beef dish from Argentina
 
Favorite Hobby at Home
Surfing
 
Favorite Hobby Abroad
Being Involved with the Soccer Team
 
Favorite Place Visited
Argentina
 
Languages Spoken
Spanish, English, Learning French

Gustavo Camperos

Gustavo was born in Columbia; however, he moved to Costa Rica when he was three years old. He has a 25 year old sister. Though he has visited the U.S. many times, this year is the first year living here. His host family is Dr. and Mrs. Francis Grimm, and children John and Victoria - both O’Neal students. Gustavo is a manager for the varsity soccer team and is going to try out for varsity swimming – for the first time. Gustavo will graduate from O’Neal this spring and is currently looking at colleges in the U.S.. He would like to study business administration.

Gustavo spends a lot of time with his host brother John, when he is not on campus. Gustavo misses the food from home the most. The biggest difference he sees between home and here is that people are allowed to drive at age 16. In Costa Rica, you must be 18 years old. 
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