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Tranquilo, calmo, aventureiro, às vezes preguiçoso, amante da música erudita e de bicicletas, espontâneo, crítico, músico, educado e tímido.
Eu gosto de:
Leite com café, suco de laranja, iogurte de morango, cozinhar, caminhar, ler, assistir filmes e séries, estudar, viajar e dias aleatórios fora de casa.
Easygoing, calm, adventurer, sometimes lazy, lover of classical music and bicycles, spontaneous, critic, musician, polite and shy.
Coffee and milk, orange juice, strawberry yogurt, cooking, hiking, reading, watching movies and series, studying, traveling and random days out.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I met some CouchSurfers when one of my flatmates used to host... It was an amazing idea so I decided to try! It is awesome!! As you can see, my references are really good! I have had great experiences and have made really good friends.
I'm interested in things related to bikes, music, cooking and politics but I really like deep conversations about anything.
Music, Movies, and Books
Right now I'm listening to Mars Red Sky, Angus and Julia Stone, Modest Mouse and others. I really love classical music though!
About movies I can say any kind of movie, especially those ones based on real stories.
Every month a new book!
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
> More than 900 km with my bicycle, from Foz do Iguaçu to Florianópolis (2013)
> 450 km biking from Florianópolis to Porto Alegre with Armen Kassabian (USA)! (2014) Check this out:
> 850 km with Mikael (Brazil).
> Hitchhiking for 1 month with a good friend through South of Brazil, Uruguai and Argentina ---> caronaecafe.blogspot.com
> I've seen Beethoven Symphony nº 2 in D Major LIVE!!
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach you how to play cello, how to cook and some portuguese. I would love to learn things that you know! If you know better any of those things, I would like to learn them from you!
What I Can Share with Hosts
My apartment IS NOT a hostel. Here, we share (almost) everything. THERE IS NO "my food, my water, my beer". I like to think that we are a community. If we go to the surpermarket and we buy things to cook together, we share the price of it. We share the food, we share the job after cooking.
Most important thing: we share time together! Of course, I can't be with you all day long because I have things to do, so we share as much time as we can!
Do you agree? Yes, good!
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