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I'm Azadeh or as everyone calls me Azi, from Iran. I'm a theatre artist who most of the time doesn't work in theatre. ( it's difficult to live on theatre or arts in general) but I try to always be in touch with art somehow. I've lived in few countries and travelled to several and that's what I like ( love perhaps!) about myself : not being able to settle in one place. And I have the perfect companion for this lifestyle.
I'm up for any type of ( with a bit of help from my husband we found the best adjective for it) "lively" experiences. Those which are shareable with others. So I like people. I do get bored of them sometimes, like anyone does but as a general point of view i enjoy meeting people, new or old. Those who have practical ideas for doing experiences are always my preference.( since I can be a bit lazy sometime so I like to meet those who are not)
That's surely not everything about me, but I think is enough to give you an idea about me.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I do host people when I can, otherwise catching up with people who are new in the cities where I'm considered as an oldy is the best way I can "participate"
I'm still amazed by the number of new things which I find myself interested in. But briefly I can say art, sociology and societies in general, travelling, cooking, gardening and a lot of other things .
- volunteer work
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
3 years Of living in India has been and will always be the best.
Doing volunteer work in a tiny village in Africa and being away from any sign of a modern life for 3 months was really called as a " well done Azi " experience.
Being in the Alps and looking for Heidi and Piter. ( the search was a failure but amazing experience)
And a lot of other things which are waiting for me to go do them
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, France, Georgia, Germany, India, Netherlands, Tanzania, Uganda
Countries I’ve Lived In
India, Iran, Turkey, Uganda