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Artur Indzhykulian

Boston, MA, United States

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  • 21 Positive References
  • Fluent in Armenian, English, Russian, Ukrainian
  • 33, Male
  • Member since 2012
  • science
  • somewhat educated
  • No hometown listed
  • Profile 100% complete

About Me


**be happy** working on the ways to achieve it


Hi all, recently I have moved to Boston to continue my research at Harvard Medical School, where we are trying to figure out the details of how our hearing works. I am certainly working more than I should, which worries me a bit. To change that, I have decided to join this network of amazing people and do more of interesting things in my life and meet new people. I have high hopes and somewhat ambitious travel plans for the nearest future. If asked my friends, they would say that I am fairly smart in my own way, easy going, hospitable, like to have fun and sometimes boring (so, please stop me if I am :)


Do your best everywhere!
Work 100% when working and rest 100% when resting.

Why I'm on Couchsurfing


host and surf


I really like it


I like traveling a lot, but the more I live the more I understand that I have to spend more time traveling, rather than talking about that! I like biking, interesting conversations about different cultures with a glass of beer and nice food.

Music, Movies & Books

Movies. Since I have only recently moved to Boston, right now I am trying to watch the movies featuring Boston/Harvard/MIT to get a better feeling of the area.

Music. Sometimes I feel like I can get used to any music and start to like it. I don't know if it means that I have no taste in music, or, maybe I didn't try enough to really understand what I like and what I don't.

Books. I am not sure how my mind works, but whatever information is not used at the moment is getting trashed. I caught myself on reading the same books twice without realizing that I have read it a few years ago. I would realize that I read it before only about 100-200 pages down the road :) This is awful.

One Amazing Thing I've Done

More recently I spent the night sleeping on the street in Sicily - that was something! With a great company and awesome sea view... But

I had a short but amazing and fun camping experience, with a trip to the "island" that unexpectedly ended up being a nude beach with quite hostile ladies that invited us over to stay the night and provided with food/drinks and music. I would call it my first CouchSurfing experience:)

I hope there is more to come

Teach, Learn, Share

Normally I don't feel like I know something important to teach, but sometimes I do get that feeling and I try to share my knowledge and experience. Most of the time I end up getting a message that nobody really asked me to teach them anything :)

Countries I've Visited

Egypt, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Russian Federation, Spain, Tunisia, Ukraine

Countries I've Lived In

Armenia, Ukraine, United States

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