Angelo Ramos

A Coruna, Galicia, Spain

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  • Freelance Writer (Travel Writer, Journalist). I also work...
  • BFA in Creative Writing from University Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • From Milwaukee, WI, United States
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About Me


Travel and write as much as I possibly can!


Well basically I'm a starving writer in dire need of inspiration. In all honesty I just love to travel. I find it to be the perfect inspiration for many things (including my writing). I love to meet new people and will never say no to a new adventure. I'm very easy going and am easily persuaded to step out of my comfort zone (which does not consist of much). I look forward to talking/meeting all of you!


"Do not worry. You have always written before and you will write now. All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know. So finally I would write one true sentence, and then go on from there." - Hemingway

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


Surfed in Vancouver and Seattle.


I love music. It is such an escape from many stressful things. I also play guitar and have played for many years. Writing is one of the many things i'm passionate about as well. It's intriguing how one can expose themselves so much in their own writing, but do so to give to others, so that they might have an understanding of your psyche. Since I work at an outdoor store I am accessible to tons of outdoor supplies (packs, tents, jackets, etc. etc.). So camping and being outdoors is one of the ways I spend my time. It's so surreal to be completely isolated in the wilderness away from city sounds and light pollution.

Music, Movies, and Books

Any Wes Anderson Movie! Love indie folk. Wilco, Radiohead, Sigur Ros, Elliott Smith, Conor Oberst, Fleet Foxes, Ryan Adams.

Anything Hemingway for books. The book list would be way to long so i'll leave it at that!

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

The most amazing experience of my life would have to be the 14,000 ft. mountain that I climbed while in Colorado. It was the most difficult thing i've done. I've never been on the verge of breaking down completely until that day. But after it was all over it was so rewarding.

Teach, Learn, Share

Extensive outdoors experience.

I'm also the king at writing research papers. (Critiquing writing as well.)

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