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I travel because I like meeting new people, discovering new cultures, trying new local dishes .
For me traveling means being free leaving everything and just go withought time limit, getting this crazy world stop and make it slow for a while.
Last time me and my boyfriend start climbing, and we training a lot to be better and better to reach Pic Lenin some day which we fall in love during our trip to central Asia. I like all kind off sport activities and since I move to smaller city I left the big city life and concentrate more on nature ( it doesn't mean I don t like partys and lazy evenings in a city .. just doing it not so often as I used to).
I am plaing on guitar (a littel bit), like singing, dancing also.. near to our hose ther is a small lake so we also sailing if the wheater is good and we haven t got anoter plans. We've got fantastick dog called Lhotse.. she's cleaver and very friendly we took her from dog shelter.
If you want to.. come and get know us .. we will go to climb at neighbor rocks, sail, ride a bike, talk, lauth, sing and have fun :)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I think It's great opportunity to meet interesting people, share ideas and culture and whats most important get know the country I travel in as it is in reality not in tourist guide.
climbing, winter hiking, architecture, photography, engineering
- rock climbing
Music, Movies, and Books
In To The Wild
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
saw two wild grizzly bears standing one meter in front of me on one hike
crossed high way, swamp, and two meater wall to had printed boarding cards, 20 minuts before departure
made a tree house in the forest and spent there three night only with one bread and nife.
Teach, Learn, Share
playing guitar, climbing
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Morocco, Norway, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Uzbekistan
Countries I’ve Lived In
Poland, United States