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Just try to make and share happyness
I think that I'm the person, who always want to move somewhere, like a magnetized to adventures and new places, new peaople and new emotions. Some friends call me as outcold and very funny guy, some friends that very kind and cheerful person, who never will grow up like persons, who has everyday's problems.
Sharing love and goodness in the world makes other people sharing that too. Everybody has his own right live and that's great - that the people so different. Also, I think that we should looking for and pass throught the way, in witch happness it is, cause It means that you're on the right way! But it's just in two words.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
visited 19 states (8.44%)Create your own visited map of The World or Brazil travel guide for Android
Interests... I thing they are changing from time to time, but the main interest is findinf new interests, new emotions from life and that world.
Music, Movies, and Books
I like rock, rock'n'roll, alternative, classic and any else good mood music!
I like to read books by philosophy and wich graduate me.
Moveis? Good comedy, romantic films, Guy Ritchie style, cartoons and art house.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Near the Ural hills situated a closed city. This city surrounded by the highest picks of South Ural Hills and secured my national army. Alse the highest mountain, called as Yamantau, situated in that area and travelling at that hill is not allowed - that controlled by army and forest guarders. We was two person, we desided to get that mountain, took a light backpacks (15-17kg) and we started at the night time, we dropped the car at the town, situated from 50km of destination place. Travelling route sould be about 100 km of walking across the taiga and forests, swamps. So, we successfully overcome all the guard posts from other side, across the mountain swamps (waist-deep water, temperature -5..+5C - end of October season). When we reached the highest pick of Ural Hills, we made a second overnight, saw a bear den, and after the hard way, one parasite idea was born in my mind :) I decided to down to the closed city and take here a Taxi. I thought that If we will sit in taxi - no questions will be an the block post. Actually it was the shortest way to get the highroad, and then I planned to go using autostop till my car. When we appeared near the city, we undestood that no taxi is here and all outgoing cars checked fully. After that we take the desision to run over the abandoned railroad. Here we saw a lot of traces of beers, elks, army forces. Every trace was bothering out hearts but there was so awesome native nature, rivers, railroad bridges. When we reached the border of secured area of closed city, became a night time and it was good for as to cross the border. Happily, barbwire was over at about 500 meters from block post and we penitrate the first frontier. But then we had the quest to run across the intersected way, wich lighed for all lenght. On the count of three we make a runattempt but guardian dogs was noticed us. Afther then Guardion Army was checked - we were lying in a ravine - but the gods was screaming always, and we just heard the guardians was uncoupled the dogs from chains. It was the very moment wich was printed in out hearts for ages :) I never run so fast at the forest at the night time with no lights. You just run with all the urine and see nothing, if you fall or bump the tree - you just thatnd up the same moment and run again :). We happily was cross the border and probably dogs just was scared to enter to dark forest. After that we with no forces walk around 20 km till Highway. One guy from Altay was pick me up and put to the nearest to my car city. In that town I called the taxi and go back for my friend. So, at the morning time we was goind home with a lot of experience, emotions and with indescribable feelings for joy and pride.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, India, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Netherlands, Qatar, Spain, Switzerland, Tajikistan, United States, Uzbekistan
Countries I’ve Lived In