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After travelling around the world for a bit I'm back in Vienna for two months and have my old flat free, so what better use to share with fellow travelers. I want to hear some good stories and places to but on my list when I start off again.
- Digital Nomad, yes I know it's the hipster term, but it's the easiest to explain my lifestyle :)
- Drink copious amounts of tea. Unfortunately on coffee at home (but I do have a coffee maker, if you would need it)
- Podcasts and Music are important to get me through life
(I am building my second company, so you may have to stop me talking about that if I start talking too much.)
Your stories, your adventures and your life! When I started out hosting on CS I only travelled a bit. You guys and girls gave me so much inspiration! Now time to give some back again.
"Just do it." & "Don't be a douche."
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
See above, but basically I have yet to meet a boring couchsurfer :) I hosted before I started travelling, met a lot on the road and now I have a couple of months back in Vienna that I can offer my two spare rooms!
Of course knowing people from around the world and learning about new destinations is just an added bonus!
I wish I had more time to do it all, but basically I'm open to new experiences and learning new things.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Broke a leg in Bali. Ok, "Amazing" is a relative term.
Teach, Learn, Share
You will leave my home with a new appreciation for green tea - if you didn't have it before. 3 simple tips on how to brew it right.
What I Can Share with Hosts
A new appreciation of tea. Especially green tea.
Countries I’ve Visited
Andorra, France, Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Morocco, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In
Austria, Germany, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom