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To see and explore the world meeting as many people as possible
I love to travel around and meet new people. I have been to many a places. So I'll toot my own horn if I may. I love to do anything and everything and get caught up with the little things that matter in life. I am making the world my oyster. Thanks for that one Matthias. I am currently a grad student at Indiana University in Environmental Science and Public Affairs. This school is kicking my rear and this is the first time I have been challenged before so good for them. I hope to meet you if you have made it this far into my crazy life of knowledge and ideas.
Never pass up an opportunity and always, always keep your options open.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I have a couch open for anyone that wants to live in a very culturally diverse city just an hour south of Indy. Everyone through Couchsurfing has been so nice, so I have to return the favor.
It is a great and rewarding experience. You meet so many people and explore the world. The people that host are so cool for letting people stay and I think that this puts them above the rest. They know the area and the spots to see and enjoy. Tourguides taxi drivers and librarians are the best people to know for insider secrets.
Cost Benefit Analysis
Anything in this great world is an experience
Music, Movies, and Books
Don't really have any, I get a kick out of anything. Music though is definately the oldies. Woot Woot Elton John and scientific articles
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I had an intern with NASA, went to college at 16. Not really any like cool cool things like people who jump off cliffs and glide down or something. Wait til I do that lol. Oh wiat a 35 foot bridge in Indiana and 50 foot cliff in South Dakota. Tore my rear a new one
Teach, Learn, Share
I love to meet everyone and anyone. But I love to meet people that are completely different from me as I learn their point of view and also with people who have jobs that are not the everyday thing (business students ha ha 20% of undergraduates in the U.S.)
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In
United Kingdom, United States