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I. Discovering the Universe II. I might tell you
I am an advanced medical student who loves to travel and I´d be glad to get known to a lot´s of interesting people from all over the world.
Having met a lot of People I got dozens of different descriptions of myself. So I´d suggest if you really want to know myself. You´ll have to see me.
The ways we go make us the people we are
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Travelled a lot and met some cool Couchsurfers wherever I went. Now I am trying to host some of you guys.
If I find the free time I can show you around in Vienna, I can offer you an oppulent breakfast and anything I am in mood to cook.
If you´re up to partying I am sure we will have a great time ;)
I am glad to be a Couchpotatoe
I am into science, foreign languages, computer programming, but also reading and above all play acting. I love my bicycle and I like to take photos of anything. Recently I started cooking on which I started to get an awesome crush.
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Music, Movies, and Books
Anything by Monty Python, Terry Prachett but also Agatha Christie and Robert Schneider - H.G. Wells, E.A. Poe, The Picture of Dorian Grey, Jules Verne, Nietzsche(!), Asterix Comics. I am into funny films and books with deep thoughts.
Concerning music - anything that sounds good, I´m into Heavy Metal while cooking.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Fell asleep at university.
Teach, Learn, Share
I'm into cooking, so if anybody out there could teach me a certain recipe or trick I´d be happy ;)
Furthermore I would like to communicate in Italian, French, Spanish or Vlaams. It would be great to improve some of these languages.
I can show you some basic bartending skills or how to do a Marathon ;)
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In