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My current mission? HHmm, Well mission #1 is to get to 100 countries in the next 8 years. I want to meet some crazy, interesting and outrageously fun individuals from all over the world along the way.
If you meet me you would say he's a really friendly guy who loves to have a great time all the time. He loves a party and loves to push the boundaries but somehow never crosses the line. He's well spoken and has had a pretty interesting life. He's really down to earth and very easy going and a lot of fun to be around.
If you have known me for a while you would say he's easy going when he's doing what he want to do. He loves a good time and will do anything for his mates, but expects the same in return. He hates negative and ignorant people. He's excited by meeting anyone from somewhere new, and is attracted to foreign women.
What i think of myself. I love to meet new people with vastly different backgrounds to myself, I'm very easy to get along with. I'm often most comfortable being completely out of my comfort zone. I love to have fun and make people laugh.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I'm new to this, but i guess i've been travelling for 10 years and meeting people from all over the world crashing on their couches and opening up mine when it's available. We are all strangers when we first meet, after that, we are friends (or foes) I'm happy to do what i can, i can't do any more than that.
Travelling, Cooking, Sports, Socialising,
Music, Movies, and Books
Love music, it makes everything better, the good times and the bad. I'm also a huge movie fan, I read... when i'm traveling
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Sailed down the Amazon twice, hitchhiked through southern africa, rode a bicycle down the worlds deadliest road in bolivia, drank a mojito in La Bodeguita del Medio Havana. Visited Anchor Watt, sand-boarded down a volcano, cooked dinner on the lava of the volcano, been to 4 Carnavals in Brazil, Walked the inca trail to Machu Piccu, White water rafted the Zambezi in Zambia, Climbed the pyramids of Mexico, Slept through 3 earthquakes, eaten whale in Japan, Sailed the Phuket Archipelago in Thailand, Walked along the Grand Canyon, Climbed the Eiffel tower and then ate at a restaurant build by Gustave Eiffel in the middle of the Peruvian jungle.... All of this, yet i've never seen snow. :-(
Teach, Learn, Share
Hmm, I'd like to learn more Portuguese, I'd like to learn more about other countries,