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without colour - you die
All about me.
I scare myself with every trace I track at seeing myself getting older. In other words; feeding the child in me.
I spend all my present time on learning Arabic.
When this allows me on breaks from school, I do my very favorite kind of shopping - FLIGHT TICKETS! Nothing is better than spending your none existing fortune on travelling.
Sometimes I dream away and turn into a little creature living in the woods, escaping from the real life and city life.
Other times my dreams take my to sea where I swim with best friends, whales. (sadly, these are yet still dreams)
yeah yeah yeah, without colors - you die. now you know it.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Couchsurfing took my Australien experience to a whole other level. I surfed with great hosts, found the best roommate through a CS group and got many new great friends.
Hopefully I will soon experience to be a host myself.
There's so many.
Every Wednesday over summer in Melbourne, we had a couch surfing gathering at the Victorian Night Market - TO EAT ICE CREAM! Left overs went far down in price, we tipped in and bought a whole box of ice cream to share. This was great! Meeting new people and eating yuhmmi ice cream.
whales, horses, dogs, all animals, religions, arabic, languages, traveling, food, people, challenges, music, philosophy, coffee, dreaming, tattoos, nature, beauty, fun, foolishness, smiles, colors, second hand shopping, the ocean etc etc etc etc
Music, Movies, and Books
Shantaram, A clockwork orange, How to kill a mockingbird, Life of Pi, Harry Potter, Norwegian Wood ..
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I'll give you a whole elaborated lecture on things which I've absorbed as amazing, if we will once meet.
Teach, Learn, Share
Countries I’ve Visited
Australia, Czech Republic, France, Indonesia, Israel, Lebanon, Malaysia, Morocco, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, Viet Nam, Western Sahara
Countries I’ve Lived In