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  • Fluent in English, Spanish
  • 33, Male
  • Member since 2010
  • Once a Corporate Cog
  • University, Books, Finance a lot of school, through Paren...
  • From Mexico City I guess.
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About Me

Update: I live in Xalapa Veracruz for the moment, not Mexico City.


I am simple, straight forward and pragmatic. I particularly enjoy beaches as most of you do, and on occasion cold climates as most of you don’t. So I grew up in Mexico City, I spent my college days in Boulder Colorado, then to Washington DC, and later San Francisco. I like to be active when I travel, with lot´s of cycling, sports, and trekking. I am saving my travels to those auspiciously comfortable destinations for when I am older, more decrepit, and vested in larger responsibilities, now is the time I belief to drink tea in places that are wild, where you can jump off mountains and land without too much sore.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


enjoy the cultural exchange always.


Met a few interesting peeps on this too.


I spend a lot of time thinking about ways in which I can defend myself against dangerous wildlife.

What if I do end up stranded one day in a survival situation?

Could happen.

But yea, I like the outdoors, and recently I´ve focused on long distance trail running of which I do a lot of in the mountains of Mexico.

I would like to say that I´m also good at fly fishing, but I´m not, I suck at it, any type of fishing, I´ve never really caught anything, except one time when I fished a "pez rana" in Veracruz (half fish half frog), it was the wierdest thing I had ever seen.

  • wildlife
  • fish
  • coffee
  • vegan
  • running
  • drinking
  • flying
  • shopping
  • traveling
  • bouldering
  • survival
  • outdoor activities
  • cycling
  • fishing
  • trail running
  • sports
  • beaches
  • mountains

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

Once I wedged myself stuck in between a fence for two hours.

I was later charged with trespassing.

Teach, Learn, Share

Whenever I curl up into a little ball of anxiety and I lose total faith in humanity, I remind myself of a coffee shop in San Francisco who specializes in vegan bacon lattes, and then remember that everything is going to be alright after all.

You see, vegan bacon subsitute is a metaphor for the most important principles of Zen philosophy, but we would have to meet up for one so I could tell you further.

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