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ser una bala perdida ;-)
Love to travel to any place off the beaten track. Most recently I travelled to most of Africa, next on the list is Latin America!
Want to do it with as much couch surfing as possible as to me it's the best way to discover foreign places. Its more than a bed, its a friend you haven't met yet!
Even though I dont speak a single word of French, I live in Fontainebleau (close to Paris) at the moment, studying towards my MBA. Great people, even greater roomies - enjoying every single second of it!
Live and let live!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Relatively new to CS. Started last year as I was travelling for three months in Spain and South America. Had some wonderful experiences in Barcelona and Buenos Aires, so now it's time for me to give back and give others CSers a nice time!
Went to numerous events during my travels in Spain in Argentina and have made many friends for life!
Did some daytrips with fellow CSers and surfed a couple of times in BCN.
Travel - Especially locations that are not on the tourist map. Recently been to Nigeria, Ghana, Ethiopia and some other places in Africa. Just started South America and came back from Argentina and Uruguay. This summer: Brazil!
Photography - Whenever I embark on my trips, I keep my camera close by. Just love to keep the impressions I get as dear memories.
Socializing - What can I say...cool people make the world go round. So I do everything to meet as many of them as possible ;-)
- bungee jumping
- track and field
Music, Movies, and Books
Films - A Single Man, American Beauty, Vanilla Sky, La Piel Que Habito, No Country for Old Men, The Shape of Things, The Constant Gardener, Love in The Time of Cholera, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Elegy
Music - Audioslave, Air, B. Fleischmann, Beatles, Beethoven, Bach, Puccini, Boys Noize, Carlos Varela, Coldplay, Chris Cornell, Deftones, Depeche Mode, Digitalism, Erlend Oye, Guano Apes, Gustavo Santaolalla, James Blunt, Jimi Hendrix, Jose Gonzalez, Justice, Kings of Leon, Kollektiv Turmstraße, Lagwagon, Mia (the German one, not MIA ;-)), Mozart, Nada Surf, Nirvana, Paul Kalkbrenner, Portishead, Queen, RHCP, Robbie Williams, Robi Draco Rosa, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Royksopp, Smashing Pumpkins, Soundgarden, Stephan Bodzin, Thomas Newman, U2, Wir Sind Helden, WIZO and all kinds of movie soundtracks, random Nigerian HipHop and Caribbean Salsa
Books - Chimamanda Adichie (especailly "Half of a Yellow Sun" and her short stories), a little bit of Thomas Mann, Oscar Wilde, Malcolm Gladwell, millions of Biogrpahies, books about economics (yes, I actually like what I studied at university, how strange is that?)
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Visiting a place that was blown up by a bomb 2 weeks later (that actually freaked me out!)
Going to the football stadium to see FC Barcelona, Real Madrid (I could almost touch Ronaldo) and Boca Juniors (We were right in the middle of the Barra Brava, the local hooligans)
Bungee jumping at Kuta beach on Bali
Northern lights in Salmon Arm, BC, Canada, while riding my bike home from at 3 AM, totally drunk from a party
Teach, Learn, Share
TeachThat Germans are not as boring as the world thinks we are!LearnEverything about foreign culture, language, historyShareA good time!
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Cuba, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, Greece, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Kenya, Monaco, Netherlands, Nigeria, Portugal, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In
Argentina, Canada, Germany, Nigeria, Spain, Switzerland, United States