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Live the now!
Promote vegetarianism...and keep smiling!
I'm here to share. To learn and to have a good time.
I gotta a huge heart and those I've hosted know it.
I share what's not shareable. I make mine, yours!
So all I have to offer is what I've got. Honesty!
PS: If you consider to send me a request just bear in mind that I have a very quiet life style! I don't drink alcohol (so I'm not the best person to get invited for a drink in a pub) I don't smoke cigarette (but yes to the other stuff).
PS2: If your profile there's a "gender preference" for hosting (completely understandable for females - or not really), you should consider to look for another host. I DO NOT have a preference so I DO NOT host those who does! CS is more than having at yours the gender you prefer. CS is about to TEACH, LEARN, SHARE!
You're welcome at any time...if I'm available!
I wish people could be more direct. It's frustrating when you plan a trip, take a time read people's profile and write a decent request and sometimes you're just left hanging.
It's so simple. You either CAN or CANNOT host and there's nothing better to get a straight forward reply so you can continue on your search.
Anyways...some of us have the true spirit of the community but quite honestly a bunch of these people shouldn't be here in the first place. If you take it personal then I'm afraid the message is for you!
Believe in yourself.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Back in 2012 when I moved (or passed by) London a friend of mine said: Have you heard of couchsurfing? You'd totally love it!!!
At first I thought it was some kind of sport but then I found out it was completely different from what I expected.
Being a traveller and part of this beautiful community not only open the doors to connect with the world but also provided me with what I think everyone should be entitle doing. TRAVEL!
Some say: Oh so you don't have to pay to stay at people's house and they never pay to stay at yours too! Again, this is not about to money you pay or don't pay. It's about seeing the world through the eyes of a local or not necessary a local. It's about sharing travel stories, likes and dislikes, preferences and whatever you may fit in this description.
I'm fortunate enough to have connected with brilliant people every since I started my journey on couchsurfing and I hope to continue promoting the real meaning of CS.
I'm glad that all this time I've met truly open minded soul from every single corner of this world...and as long as I can do it I will.
I'm a man of no religion but very fond of Buddhism and often I share this mantra.
"Loka, Samasta, Sukino, Bhavantu"
May all beings (all beings with no exception) be happy and free. And may the thoughts, worlds and actions of my own life, contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.
Shanti! Shanti! Shanti!
Peace! Peace! Peace!
Let your inner sun shine.
Here's my favourite description.
Art, museum, history those are the things that catch my eyes once Im travelling.
Can't ever say no to a good and interesting reading.
Yoga is what keeps me alive!
Music, Movies, and Books
Very peculiar taste for everything!
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Waking up the next day finding I'm still alive!
Teach, Learn, Share
Teach. Learn. Share. That's my main goal on CS.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Laos, Lebanon, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oman, Peru, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovenia, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In
Australia, Brazil, Costa Rica, India, New Zealand, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom