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Get to see as much as I can. I have realized how many stories show up in from of our eyes all the time.
I have always been curious. I realized that once I had gone away to live in Paris during a year.
My first career constited in: Molecular Biology. I was intested in getting to know "the very last detail of things" and though molecules would help with that. Unfortunately, that was not the correct place for me. I then studied Theatre Direction at the National School of Arts and enjoyed it as hell. Then realized it was not my thing either. In the end, I finally dared to let my letters flow and started studying Journalism. That is was I love: watch, listen, observe and write.
I love things to be done well, I like easygoing people and I love to smile. It's the thing I do the most
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I live with my mother so I can not host anyone at the time, but I am willing to show people around, have some coffees and help out with whatever they shall need.
I have stayed at a guy's place in Amsterdam for one night. I considered it the best experience ever.
I showed two guys around when they where here in Buenos Aires, an Estonian guy and one from Switzerland. We had so much fun and it was so interesting to get to know different ways of life and projects
I love writing, and reading and being read.
I love dance and theatre (I actually make theatre critics at a large local newspaper)
I love getting to know new people, languages and life histories.
Music, Movies, and Books
I love Pina Bausch and of course contemporary dance. I became obsessed with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre when they came to Argentine. I adore french movies. I love listening to new languages and reading them. I love books. And most of all, argentine writter Julio Cortazar
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Brazil, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Vatican City State
Countries I’ve Lived In