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Overview

  • 30 References 17 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English; learning
  • 34, Female
  • Member since 2008
  • light worker
  • No education listed
  • No hometown listed
  • Profile 100% complete

About Me

CURRENT MISSION

great new heights

PHILOSOPHY

never say never

Why I’m on Couchsurfing

HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING

surfing, couch crashes/camps, hosting when I'm not on the road. also a great way to meet travel mates!

COUCHSURFING EXPERIENCE

I first couchsurfed in portland, oregon in 2011 and it quite literally changed my life. what began as a simple weekend trip snowballed into a 5 week long tour down the west coast of the usa. it was beyond amazing! this was only the beginning.

(people tend to reference the Portland trip in their couch requests as a point of interest/common ground. honestly though that was so long ago that I cannot give you any pointers on Portland. sorry!)

since then I have couchsurfed/attended CS events and made lasting friendships (with both cities and people) in chicago (chicago couch crash 2012!!!), asheville, athens GA, los angeles, san francisco, and nyc in the states and berlin, krakow, and utrecht in europe.

less positive experiences followed surfing in mexico, one involving a crazy couple in cancun who literally locked us in their apartment, the other in cholula with a host who was a sexual predator. also here at home where a first-time surfer, who stayed at my place earlier this year, made a drunken pass at me on his first night. not cool, fellas.

all in all: being a part of this community has been more positive than negative. I do enjoy the events and meet ups and have met come amazing people this way in many different cities. CS seems to be on life support here in new orleans, unfortunately.

these days I host more than I surf. that being said, please read the "My Home" section before sending me a request. most people don't.

Interests

the arts, painting the town red, dropping out of society and living out of a van (presumably, i still have yet to try)

  • arts
  • mardi gras
  • dancing
  • traveling
  • painting
  • hiking
  • backpacking
  • cultural immersion
  • eating

Music, Movies, and Books

indie cinema/art house films. anything with feeling. loving 80's synth-pop new wave, as always.

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

-interning at an off-off broadway theatre in NYC

-hiking the deserts and rainforests of oregon (it's truly amazing how such juxtaposed environments are located within a half-hour of each other)

-dancing in the rain on frenchmen street on a mardi gras night

-ringing in the end of the Mayan calendar in Mexico, December 2012

-sleeping in the back of a broken-down jeep proped up on cinder blocks side of a volcano in guatemala

-hitchhiking across Poland

-backpacking southern mexico by myself for 2 months

-quit drinking for 4 and a half years

and, of course...

-being a part of this amazing network of like-minded travelers!

Countries I’ve Visited

Belgium, Belize, Canada, El Salvador, France, Germany, Guatemala, Iceland, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, United States

Countries I’ve Lived In

Guatemala, Mexico, United States

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