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To open my eyes.
Firstly, I want to greet you all!
Secondly, this could be a veery long chapter.
So lets keep it short for your sake and mine (I hate describing myself with single adjectives:) )
In my opinion nothing is better than to be in good company! It means exploring the cob-webbed parts of your brain, making them alive with great, crazy, impossible and just plain stupid ideas.
Note; good company can be inside your own head, a group of friends, music or the big tree in your backyard.
I like pushing my limits, physically and mentally. What great chemicals we have in our brain!
I enjoy the great victories of everyday life, like when you manage to stuff that 20th piece of candy in your mouth and still avoid choking:) I´m a vegetarian but not one who forces their views on others.
All in all I love meeting people from different backgrounds and discovering new surroundings while finding the newness in the old ones.
I hope to meet you all so we can see a bit beneath these vague descriptions of ourselves and most of all to Have a Great Time!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
By joining in my local Tampere-Cs group meetings, hosting and couchsurfing as much as possible!
I couch-surf'd around Australia 07-08. I´ve also been surfing in Scotland, Latvia and Lithuania. Couchsurfing has made these experiences the most memorable and best of times!
I also met the most interesting people in Iceland through CS. Great travel company as well as comfy sofas.
Never have I met such friendly, hospitable, interesting and crazyfun people than on cs. No dull moments:)
Science generally, Black comedy, Travel(duh), Music(ranging from death/trash metal to folk music). Recently discovered desert/tuaregi blues!
Keeping my mind open for our beautiful Mother Earth and everything on it and beyond it.
- folk music
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Only one amazing thing?Hm.
Tasmanian rainforest; staying overnight at a roadblock set up by activists. Then walking in this dream-like forest with all the shades of green exploding around you.Hypnotic.
Fraser Island in Australia; waking up in a tent next to the bluest lake i have ever seen. and that was my morning shower!
Just one more.
Westfjords in Iceland. The most apocalyptic waterfall ever. Standing and staring at the water pouring down somewhere from the misty cliffs. Unforgettable.
Countries I’ve Visited
Countries I’ve Lived In