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Fun! Learning new things and new ways of being
Will give time to anyone, don't hold a grudge, responsible, easy-going, talkative but also very happy in my own company, intuitive, often experience commonplace euphoria (: like to stare at things and have long peaceful moments (; silly as a spoooon
Honesty, all the time, even small honesties. Putting others before oneself. Being only ever in the moment and avoiding all worries. Being self-reliant.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I am clean and neat in other's homes, as well as my own. I can cook and clean. I can also host people. I live in The Rocks in Sydney, right under the Harbour Bridge, with a view of the water, a smarter than average rabbit, and in the middle of the historic centre of Sydney, which is also central to everything.
I have travelled a lot and always had positive experiences staying with people that I met in Morocco, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, America, Italy, France, Japan, and other places I can't right now remember. This is my first profile page though. (I also used to live in italy and London)
Music, silliness, wordplay, photography, swimming, bike-riding, camping, bushwalking, music festivals and outdoor stuff, adventure! and making my own meaning out of the world, lateral-thinking, gardening, cooking, writing, potato, long conversations about nothing, things that are well-timed, ART!!
Music, Movies, and Books
Radiohead, Two Gallants, Wilco, Bright Eyes, Spiritualized, Crowded House, Roxy Music
Some Like It Hot, Cave of Forgotten Dreams, In Bruges, Last Tango in Paris, Take this Waltz, Encounters at the End of the World, strange documentaries, that one by Jim Jarmush with tom waits in it where they are escaping from prison (:
Guns, germs and steel, Crime and Punishment, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat, poetry, anthropology and sciency books
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Volunteered with refugees and helped improve their skills, and hopefully their lives in general
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach Italian because I lived there for a little while. I can teach drawing skills. And I love to impart my wisdom and try to help people in whatever way I can. I can also hold up a spoon in a weird balancing trick