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Meet interesting people and have lots of laughs while experiencing different cultures!
I enjoy deep conversations and laughing a lot. I love meeting interesting people and getting to know what they are passionate about.
I actually think you can get a much better impression of me by reading my references than reading what I have to say about myself.
I love CouchSurfing for how many instant friends I've made all over the world. I'm not here for a cheap hotel, I'm here to make friends that last a lifetime.
I want to live my life in a way that shows kindness to others while learning from them.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I'm on CouchSurfing primarily for cultural exchange and showing travelers the same hospitality and generosity as they have shown me over the years. This project truly proves that the vast majority of people in the world are good-hearted, kind, loving, and really fun people who love meeting people from different walks of life to discuss differences and share similarities.
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I participate in this project by writing honest references and communicating to those that I host or surf with that this community is safe, fun, and way better than hotels.
I've hosted and surfed several couches, and I've met some of the coolest people in the world through CouchSurfing. Keep the good times rolling!
I love craft beer and brewing, web development, tech, movies/documentaries, the beach, photography, concerts, cooking, deep conversations, laughing with friends, and eating really good food!
- graphic design
Music, Movies, and Books
Oh boy, I couldn't possibly make a list because there are so many to think of! Lately I've been listening to a lot of early 2000s pop-punk and alternative music, along with some Taylor Swift
For movies, I tend to like documentaries that teach me something about history or a social cause.
My favorite book is "The Power of Now" by Eckhart Tolle. It changed my life many years ago, and I highly recommend it to anyone.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Lived in the Philippine jungle for 2 weeks. Amazing simplicity, yet very happy. The sound of the jungle at night is louder than a busy city, but it's something that feels so right and natural when you are there. It's not annoying like cars honking and construction noises, it's just a loud symphony of bugs and animals looking for their loved ones.
Teach, Learn, Share
Hmm... what can I teach the world? I can teach people all about beer and how to homebrew!
What would I like to learn? I want to learn how to be a good story teller. I also want to learn about the places I visit from locals who live there and can show me the true spirit of the city.
Countries I’ve Visited
China, France, Germany, Mexico, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Philippines, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In