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Overview

  • 17 references 14 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English, Spanish; learning Portuguese
  • 25, Male
  • Member since 2017
  • Architect, Bit of Everything.
  • College Career
  • No hometown listed
  • Profile 100% complete

About Me

Hey there! Thank you for visiting my profile, hope you will take the time to read and understand a bit about myself before requesting a place to stay so we can have a better understanding :)

My name is Bryan, a simple guy who does not feel part of the culture of his own country, I feel away and apart and that's why meeting new people makes me so happy because I can re-discover that I'm not that lonely in this planet. I just finished my career as an architect but actually it is not what I want to do with my life right now, I ended up realizing it wasn't what I really wanted. What do I want with my life? Well... I'm trying to figure it out.

I really enjoy meeting people because everyone is different and has a special way to see and enjoy the world so I can usually learn a lot. I'm a big fan of languages, nature, cycling, and photography so if you do something related to that, feel more than welcome to stay at my place.

I'm not a hard or rude person, I do really enjoy helping everyone and to share my knowledge without expecting something in return so if I have the possibility to help you with something do not hesitate to contact me because I'll do my best to find a way to be helpful.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing

1. I want to show Honduras isn't as bad and dangerous as people and news believe. I'm always doing my best to show that my country is beautiful and the people can be so kind and sweet even if you are a stranger.

2. I do really enjoy people and languages. Helping someone by opening my house in exchange for new ideas, opinions and cultures do not seems to be so bad. We both win, you have my home and I have your knowledge.

3. Because one day I was afraid of the world and gave a really big step traveling alone and understood that the world isn't' that bad, there are always people who will find a way to help you even if you don't talk the same language.

4. I do believe in humanity and kindness. This is my way to pay back to all those beautiful souls who helped me while traveling. All those heroes without a suit. Thank you <3

Interests

I love to learn about everything, right now I'm more into arts but I really enjoy writing and reading. I decided to travel more, so I'm making more road trips with friends or alone. I'm open to everything.

  • arts
  • culture
  • writing
  • architecture
  • design
  • photography
  • wine
  • coffee
  • partying
  • raves
  • movies
  • reading
  • traveling
  • painting
  • minimalism
  • hiking
  • archery
  • languages
  • road trips
  • adventure travel
  • nature
  • cosmos
  • language
  • bicycling
  • dreaming
  • space

Music, Movies, and Books

Long topic and always changing depending on my mood and the way I feel but you can create a general idea...

Music :

Florence + the machine
Cigarette after sex
Shura
M83
Broods
Purity ring
In love with a ghost
Nero
& more

Movies:

Mr nobody
Fight club
Submarine
Casa blanca
Requiem for a dream
The blue lagoon
Leon the professional
V of vendetta
American beauty
Studios ghibli
& more

Books:

La tregüa - Mario Benedetti
Trilogy of the foundation - Isaac Asimov
The art of War - Sun Tzu
Siddhartha - Hermann Hesse
Cabaret místico - Alejandro Jodorowsky
& more

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

Hard to tell, life is amazing in general and while you are traveling life will always show you something new to be amazed.

1. I climbed a volcano in Costa Rica with my bicycle. Cold and scary but amazingly beautiful.

2. From Tegucigalpa (Honduras) to Managua (Nicaragua) with my bicycle, around 450km in a region where it is "Impossible" to travel in an alternative way.

3. Saw wild macaws flying around, I was so happy and felt the pure love of nature in my soul.

Teach, Learn, Share

"Thousands of candles can be lif from a single candle, and the life of the candle will no be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared." Buddha

What I Can Share with Hosts

Having the best experiences without spending a lot of money, I'm open to all suggestions without judging. A lot of fun and deep talks.

✓ Wifi
✓ Kitchen (If you want to cook)
✓ Laundry (In case you need)
✓ Hot Water
✓ Supermarket (3 min from my house)

Countries I’ve Visited

Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua

Countries I’ve Lived In

Honduras

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