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I could write that I'm open-minded, talkative, easy-going, addicted to travelling and meeting new people from all over the world. Well, yes, that's a fact. And it's also a fact that I brush my teeth every day ;) I mean, this is couchsurfing so it might be quite hard to find someone here who hates going to other countries or making new friends... Probably, we are all a little cuckoo since we let complete strangers stay in our homes but hey - that's what makes it so much fun :)
Describing oneself is not easy but let's give it a try:
I like to make people laugh, I hate shopping which is good because I save a lot of money, my sense of orientation is crap which is not so good because it can be really annoying, especially when travelling, I think wasting time is the worst, I think irony is great, I am stubborn, I'm not a party animal, I don't mind to touch spiders, I think everyone needs to get out of their comfort zone from time to time because that is where life really starts to be interesting.
If you feel you are somehow still lacking the full picture I'd suggest to read some of my references or simply meet me!
Oh and one more thing: The best way to meet the world is smiling!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I try to stay with couchsurfers as often as I can when I'm on a trip and host people at our place when we are available. Other than that, taking part in events and organizing some myself.
My experiences with surfing couches and hosting people are only the best so far! I met some of the most amazing people here and am still in touch with many of them. One highlight last summer was when we went to see one of my first guests that I hosted about 6 years ago getting married to his beautiful wife in Spain.
Couchsurfing is the best since the invention of the light bulb.. :)
Music, Movies, and Books
Too many to list them all up!!
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Teach, Learn, Share
Well, I could tell you something about micro- and macroeconomics, accounting systems and business markets... but I don't take it personally if you refuse ;) Something I could offer are stories, I guess. The best way to learn is actually to listen and exchange ideas I think. Most of the things I consider to be important didn't come from school but from people who shared episodes of their lives with me. So, get prepared for tons of questions! I take this listening-learning-thing seriously...
Languages is another thing I would like to be taught and can offer to teach. I'm currently focusing on improving my Swedish, but it's always fun to pick up some basics in any language.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Morocco, Netherlands, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Vatican City State
Countries I’ve Lived In
Argentina, Germany, Ireland, Spain, Sweden