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Trying to understand what the hell is going on here
Currently trying to create something out of chaos
Nul ne peut atteindre l'aube sans passer par le chemin de la nuit / One may not reach the dawn save by the path of the night. (Khalil Gibran)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
A couch might be negotiable depending on the moment. Now living in the west of france, close to nantes.
Met a really nice couchsurfer last year, and we've been in touch since, and she also helped me finding couches when I came to her country, India.
Also surfed a few couches in India, and it was really an amazing experience !
so many !
Reading, learning, experimenting, singing, listening (to music, any kind of music)(or just to noises or lack of them), watching (movies, documentaries, debates), taking pictures, caring (about women's rights, children's rights and -imagine that- men's rights, global warming, crisis, children's education...) traveling, sharing, loving, be amazed, flea markets (a family's hobby...!), sharing a good chat and a coffee (or a Guiness/Kingfisher) with someone, exhibitions, wandering, get lost in cities...dreaming.
Music, Movies, and Books
I used to have a whole list of them written here but... it's better talking about it, right ?
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Ranakpur temple, a jain temple in the middle of Rajasthani countryside... probably the craziest thing I saw so far...
The Taj, twice, and second time we were the first to enter, so I saw it completely empty !
Every Royal De Luxe show for about 10 years, you may take a look at http://www.royal-de-luxe.com/
A Gospel mass in Harlem.
A sunrise on the beach in Portugal.
The cliffs of Moher in Ireland.
A thunderstorm in the middle of the night over the mountains of Piemont in Italy.
Another thunderstorm over NYC sky.
Teach, Learn, Share
my daily business
Countries I’ve Visited
India, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In