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Some random facts about me: I
...was one year in ghana which changed my answer to many questions, my way of traveling and my way to speak english. It also created new questions
...love reading and dancing
...lovelove music, listenig or playing (percussion and ukulele) anywhere and anytime
...am one of this few little number of people who think beer is just disgusting. Seriously why should sometbody drink beer as long there is whine, lemonaid, tea, longdrinks and water?!
...like knitting, especially guerilla knitting (making scarves for trees statues etc)
...love coocing fancy and spicy. And without meat!
...have to.stop at any postcard rack in every town and look at all the postcards. And mostly buy some. I could cover our hole flat in postcards;)
...love talking about anything in or around this world. Art some nice spot outside or at night in the kitchen
...like discovering new places and being outside-there is no bad weather, there is only bad clothing
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
When I'm traveling I'm not planning. I'm just traveling. Most time on my own because like this I am as free as I can be;)
But booking hostels is not really possible for this way of traveling and also is our society becoming mor and mor anonymous...which I don't like. And couch surging is working against this:)
And it's a amazing way to get to know new places instead of just scratching it's surface.
To travel a lot, experience a lot and come back home with storys to tell, nobody heard before
- cooking and eating
- philosophical conversations
- getting lost in new towns
Music, Movies, and Books
El flecha negra, itchy, zaz, catastrpohe waitress, stray colours, the beatles, irie revoltes, and and and
The help, weit, green tomatoes, the good lie, weit,
Momo, simple, americanah, die kinder aus Bullerbü, der sommer als ich schön wurde, das NEINhorn, die prinzessin in der tüte, the help, just listen
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I became a background singer for one gospel song at a production in cape coast. That was ghana for me a lot;)
Teach, Learn, Share
We might all live in the same world but we all got to know very different versions.of it and live in quite different realities...so meeting a new person is always about learning something!
And since once a British boy cooked some great green curry for me and my roommates, their first question when I'm telling them a couchsurfen is coming is "sure, what is he/she cooking for us?"
So if you want to be friends with my roomates and show me that you really read my profile tell me what you're gonna cook for or with us:)
What I Can Share with Hosts
I never travel without my hammock and if you try very hard three people can enter;) I also use to carry a jar of ghanaian peanutbutter and a ulkulele (I can kind of play, but I'm still learning...)
I'm also up for conversations of any kind:) and because of my spontaneous way of traveling I have no expecting at new.places. just show me your favourite bar, park, spot, whatelseever and I will be totally happy;)
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Burkina Faso, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Romania, Spain, Sweden
Countries I’ve Lived In