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Live (...) Love enough, enjoy the unknown; so that at the end, when I close my eyes for the very last time, I may go in peace, knowing it was worth it; every sensation, sense, every risk taken, every smile, every minute…
A woman with a good soul. Always on a guest; I allow myself to live without expectations. The unknown lures me; makes me believe that there are never ending possibilities, after all life is so brief and there are people out there that may be part of your history or change it completelyâ¦
My treasure is my history; my memories, every smile, every tear, every gesture, everything Iâve tasted and everything that is still to comeâ¦
Live and die, walking softly like a breeze.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I live in a modest apartment, in a good location, near the airport and also close to the medical school campus.
I’m a really calm, funny person who likes to make friends, know different cultures, either drinking wine or at any random café. I like to cook, many things ...
Places, architecture, drinks, environment, colors, flavors, scents, textures, smiles and friends.
Music, Movies, and Books
Iâm in love with old movies, philosophy, astrology, nature, food. Music and wine enthusiast: blues, jazz, old rock, samba, choro (traditional brazilian music style).
I use to say that my life has a soundtrack, because I listen to music 24h a day. I just donât drink wine as much as I would likeâ¦
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I have gone backpacking through Peru and Bolivia, saw fantastic places and felt awesome energies.
I’ve lived for two months on Marajó, and island off the coast of Pará (state in Brazil) where I would teach coursers to, both the coast residents and Indians. On this same island I saw an UFO. Wow...amazing.
I traveled to Chile; fell in love with a Chilean and at the airport we said good bye to each other way too much, which made me miss my flight back to Brazil. So, we stayed for 7 more hours at the airport waiting for the next flight, which was totally worth it. As the plane was going up, I saw the most perfect sunset of my entire life. It was setting between the Andes and the snow, the mountains, everything made me cry.
I quit my job as a State Attorney to open retro clothing store and antiques. And now I’m happy doing what I love, even without making a lot of money.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru
Countries I’ve Lived In