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updated profile of 2015:
back in Couchsurfing after a couple of years being offline as i recently got my new flat and of course my new couch for future guests and friends worldwide. Italian-born filipino, raised in the philippines and now established in italy.
stuffs written below were my kind of stuffs during the time i was not really that busy, most of my time now goes to work and school.
Im not really selective on who to accept at home but it really depends on how much time i could dedicate to you. I believe there's no point in giving you my couch if we're going to be limited to goodmornings and goodnights. A hostel is near my zone so on that case we will be both better off on that. Anyway, If there's a chance, just ask and we'll rock it ;-)
very few and boring reasons why you should meet me:
you can/i can/we can:
go sight-seeing your/my city
walk along green fields
stay at home the whole day and sleep
go jogging early (and i say EARLY.. not 8am.. EArly!!!) in the morning
do grocery on the market
do bargaining in the flea market
cook your local dish
cook my local dishES (italian or filipino)
watch movies (even on your local language.. who cares. i'll sleep anyway) haha
go to the seashore and get us tanned
sit on the fields and just look around
read a book together
pray the rosary (i'm tryin to do it everyday- surprise???)
clean your/my house
do errands together
sit with your/my friends and laugh together
search some fresh fruits in woods
just walk around the city
play table tennis
have lunch with your relatives- my relatives are too boring to deal on
work-out together in your/my gym
have me as an assistant if your working in the office
baby-sit your kids
baby-sit my father
help you clean your lawn
redesign your house
paint all your walls
milk the cows if you have a farm
go scuba diving
we can go fishing..
stay on the park and just read newspaper
get a coffee on a famous bar and watch other people pass
stay on the metro exits and pretend to be beggars
go on a phototrip
go strolling at 4am (when all the normal people is still sleeping and all the crazy party people have most probably gone to sleep)
sing all day
if you have some letters to send on the mailbox and you're too lazy to getup
we can talk all day
or just don't talk at all
whatever it is, fun, crazy, boring.. as long as IT REFLECTS YOUR LIFE..i'd be happy to do 24 or 48 hours of it and see how much we're alike or we're different..
10 bad things why you shouldn't meet me:
None? yeah, i'd say none.. and i dare you to fill it up ;D ...if you can...
life is all about choosing to go left or right coz going up is always a must and going down is never an option...
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
visited 4 states (1.77%)Create your own visited map of The World***CouchSurfing Gatherings/Trips***pizza meeting @ Mamarò (january 2011)ping-pong meeting (january 2011)Pompei and Vesuvius expedition (january 2011)Florence/Pisa and Viareggio carnival (february 2011)CS camp Attigliano (may 2011)CS 24hour party Sansepolcro Arezzo (may 2011) create your personalized map of europe or check out our Barcelona travel guide
i'm damn crazy about languages.. but i never studied any other language
i'm a die hard traveller.. but i've been to really few places
i believe i'm an artist.. but i don't draw nor do i go to museums
i love books but i couldn't stand reading them more than a min.
i watch suspense/action films but i don't really watch the action scene
i don't want cartoons but i'm an avid animation lover.
i'm a party guy! but i don't smoke and i don't drink
i don't go dancing but hit the music and i'll rock it on..
every each of those is true as well as a hundred more about me..
i'm not contradicting, i'm just complicated and crazy...
- scuba diving
- bungee jumping
- table tennis
Countries I’ve Visited
Cambodia, France, Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, Philippines, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, Vatican City State
Countries I’ve Lived In