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Since I was a child, I had a dream - to live abroad. Almost two years ago I moved from Moscow to Toronto in search of adventures and better life. Since then my life became a great adventurous routine. I live in a busy city of Toronto and work as a Business Analyst in a beautiful suburban town of Whitby, which does not make sense for most of people I know but makes me feel like I go on a short trip in the country every single day. On the weekends I juggle, bike, hang out with my friends and drink cold beer regardless of a season behind the window. I keep trying to travel as much as I can, but my sick love for French language does not bring me anywhere else than Quebec.
I tend to not trust people who don't like beer!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I have done some amazing trips in my life. Couchsurfing was always the best way to get to know cities, cultures and people. It was also the best way to bring a spirit of traveling in everyday life by hosting CSers in my previous apartment.
I am extremely thankful to this awesome community which brought me together with so many interesting people.
I love to learn - learning new skills makes me genuinely happy. I love to cook, read and grow plants on my balcony. I love to swim, bike and juggle. I think the happiest moments of my life were the moments of traveling, hitchhiking and camping. I love to be outdoors and enjoy the nature.
- outdoor activities
Music, Movies, and Books
I get easily inspired by movies about nomads and long-term travelers: wild, tracks, into the wild. I love European cinematograph - especially all those slow and pretentious French films.
Music: noir desire, la rue ketanoue, lead zeppelin, guns n roses.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Hitchhiked 20.000+ km
Moved to Canada
Fell in love with traveling
Volunteered on a farm in Iceland
Teach, Learn, Share
I love to juggle and can teach you some basic tricks or maybe take a couple of lessons from you. I am good at ice-skating and can help you to make your first steps on ice. I can share some great hitchhiking stories and give some tips about hitchhiking in Europe. I can speak Russian with you or you can be patient and speak French with me which usually makes me super happy.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Denmark, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Moldova, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine
Countries I’ve Lived In
Canada, Russian Federation