Enis Wilmesmeier

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About Me


renting my room in ISTANBUL!


nature. vegan. literature. philosophy. politics. spirituality. transcendence. athletics. barefoot. hiphop. beatbox. openness. solidarity. tolerance. disobedience. love.


I am vegan because I think that eating, utilising and exploiting animals is simply not ecological, not sustainable, not necessary- thus not right.

I would like to make people questioning their consume behaviour and eating habits. We have to realize that eating meat and utilising animals in general is no longer a personal decision but throughout politically and especially ecologically relevant. And moreover: Where is our right to exploit, kill and use animals for amusement? Don't they have the same right to live in freedom like us?

Furthermore I try to avoid all different products of Coca-Cola and Nestlé for instance. These corporations [and also many many others] are simply exploiting the entire southern hemisphere and it is the responsability of us- the consumers of industrialized countries- to question and change our consumerism.

I guess that is enough for the beginning...

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I simply want to get to know new people from everywhere. I think it is just a unique experience when you purposely meet somebody whom you never met before, you get to know this person and for a short time you are a very little part of the life of another human being. Let's get to know each other! Yeahh. =)


Amsterdam- friendly and fearless.
Brussels- cool and contemporary.
Ghent- ambitious and ambiguous.
London- drunk and down.
Paris- beautiful and busy.
Bratislava- funny and furious.
Budapest- polite and proud.
Bukarest- obliging and outgoing.
Istanbul- insane and industrious.



literature. philosophy. politics. travelling. veganism. languages. hiphop. barefoot. yoga. meditation.

Music, Movies, and Books

rap- Nas. MC Solaar.
jazz- Fat Freddy's Drop. Dizzy Gillespie.
blues/soul/r'n'b- Benny Goodman. Alicia Keys. Lauryn Hill.
electro [minimal]- Paul Kalkbrenner. Marek Hemmann.
dubstep- Sukh Knight.
classical- Franz Schubert.
film music [score]- Requiem for a Dream.

"Buried". "21 Grams". "Desert Flower". "8 Mile". "Into The Wild." "La Ligne Droite".

"Let's Make Money". "We feed the World". "The Corporation". "Zeitgeist". "Meet your Meat". "Plastic Planet".

Well, I could recommend just plenty of German books because I unfortunately didn't read so many English books yet.
"Stuffed And Starved" is a very good and informative English book though.

..."Born To Run"- you have to read it. It is not just the Bible of the Barefoot Running Community but also a generally really interesting, informative and sage book about lifestyle and philosophy and so many other things...yeahh.

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

I hitchhiked from Berlin to Istanbul within five and a half days. yeahh!

Teach, Learn, Share

To produce
1 kilogramme of meat you need @ least 15.000 litres of water are necessary.
The average European eats ~70 kilogramme of meat per year [which is ~40 kilogramme too much]...
..so altogether that makes 1050000 litres of water per year.
Insofar it is perhaps not surprising anymore to know that [intensive] livestock farming is the main reason for CO2 emissions on earth widely before the entire traffic. In this spirit: Bon appetit!

Plastic destroys us and our environment. There exists a "plastic island" in the Pacific Ocean as big as Western Europe. "Recycling" is mostly a joke. Think of alternatives for plastic and engage for supporting "ecoplastic" movements.

Google and in general the Internet is watching and analysing and interpreting and manipulating us. Question your Internet behaviour and avatar.

Countries I’ve Visited

Belgium, France, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia, Turkey, United Kingdom

Countries I’ve Lived In

France, Germany

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