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close the petrol gap in mexican gulf with my stinking socks I don t wan t to wash
I'm a curious person in every part of life. I love to meet some new people and to discover the world by the local people. I've always do like that, so...
I can be very social but a do enjoy loonelyness sometime... or at least silence (and specialy front of a wonderful landscape).
I m also very independant, i don't like to depend on the others... that s the way relationships becomes trues and totaly free.
Qualities I specialy apreciate is sincerity, direct speaking and unserious mind....
well, up to meet you...
Fight conventions, reach freedom
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I disovered CS by my brother, who s a real "aficionado"... I practiced few till now, a little bit in colombia and in Greece... And once I recieved in Paris. Problem to recieve is that my flat is very very small, so we share the same room... That s why I usualy accept for one person (excetionaly 2 but for a short time) and rather if I m on holidays...
A few of them in Colombia, all greats!
One in Paris.
Sports: football, tennis, table tennis, ice hockey
Music: Jazz, world music, electro, french songs, reagge, classic, ;... let s say about evrything, exept commercial.
Hobby: Cinema, cards, politics (a lot!) ...or just having a beer with my friends aroud the barbecue.
Intelectual interests; History, Philosophy, Politics,economy, litterature,... anything interresting about this planet!
- world music
- table tennis
Music, Movies, and Books
Olala... a lots!
Mooies: Land and freedom, la vita e bella, Sweet Sixteen, Go, leave and become, Tacones agudos, ...
Music: Cesaria Evora, Cela Cruz, Mei Tei Sho, High tone, Roka Traoré, Santana, The Beattles, Mano Negra, Fairuz, Folie à Trois, Django Rheinartd, David Krakauer, ... and so much more
Books: Voyage au bout de la Nuit (Céline), Nietzsche, Germinal (Zola), 1984 (Orwell), ...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
When I was 18 I traveled to Cuba, hitch hiking. One day I got lost on a road and night came. In the dark, I walked til the first house I could find and asked for hospitality; A 65-70 years old women, very very very poor, recieved me as if I was his own son, and we talked all the night long, because she had such a beautifull life: she had fought with the cuban gerilleros when she was young .... This is, I thing, one of the best "souvenir" I have in all my travelling experiences.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bolivia, Canada, Colombia, Cuba, Côte d'Ivoire, Greece, India, Ireland, Italy, Morocco, Peru, Spain, Turkey, Venezuela
Countries I’ve Lived In