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I'm generally drawn to people with a sense of wonderment and mirth. I have, so far, managed NOT to take this crazy planet and my place on it too seriously, and by the time we come to meet, I'd be unlikely to change.
I like learning, so if you have any stories to share, I promise to be interested.
I believe, in order to make my journey memorable , I need, "partners in crime", so consider this post as a cosmic hand wave!
My twist on Seneca... "For the sailor who knows not which port he is sailing to, every wind is favorable". So, as a happy direction-less pirate, I hereby propose, that our courses intersect on the "high" sea of life someday and we make the most of it.
After all, it's one life for all of us, yeah?
So far, traveling been the most intense, driving ambition of my life. I truly believe that traveling forces one to be able to laugh at oneself, and the day I can't do that anymore, I'll know that time has come for others to snigger at me.
Whatever my personal living philosophy is worth, I am grateful to my parents for giving me deep roots and soaring wings.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I guess, for me the idea is, that you and I laugh a lot and have an honest and heartfelt time together.
I've been a magic and mentalism buff for a while now.
I am very interested about computers in general, hardware in particular and will probably be deemed by friends, geeky, techie, early adopter type... Otherwise I enjoy reading , backpacking, hiking, almost anything with artsy sensibilities and sports.
Music, Movies, and Books
Music is oxygen. Staple is, Western and Eastern classical, ghazals, Jazz (ragtime, modern, free), progressive, art & jam rock (Rush and Phish are firm favorites), a fair bit of contemporary "world music" (like Manu Chao/Fela Kutti). I can mostly carry a tune without completely unnerving others.
Tastebuds rule! A dedicated foodie, you might find me religiously drooling over cookbooks. In reality, I'm a terrible cook