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Overview

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  • Fluent in English
  • 24, Female
  • Member since 2012
  • No occupation listed
  • University of Vermont
  • From Woodstock, VT, USA
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About Me

Traveling the world with the boyfriend. Have recently graduated from the University of Vermont with concentrations in studio art and art history. Vermont native (meaning, I bring a vile of maple syrup everywhere I go) interests include art, art history, philosophy, food, farming and agriculture, wine, beer and music. CHEESE.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing

HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING

I will be happy to host once I'm back on my native turf.

COUCHSURFING EXPERIENCE

We have stayed with CS hosts in Manaus, Brazil and Casablanca, Morocco. Both experiences were positive, looking forward to meeting more people!

Interests

Anthropological systems, ecological systems, arts and craftsmenship, sustainability, creating delicious foods etc...

Music, Movies, and Books

folk, rock, jazz, classical, indie, hip-hop, pop. Ex: Fleetwood Mac (Peter Green era), a Tribe Called Quest, the Beatles, rubblebucket, Alpine, arcade fire, Arctic monkeys, rhye, Getz&Gilberto, Christine and the Queens.

Movies.... Hmm
Boy (not boyhood, but that one's good too), Wristcutters a love story, it's a wonderful life, all those Simon Pegg films, world's fastest Indian....

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

Most recently, traveling through Mexico City and some of Mexico's countryside was v eye opening. Snorkling on the mesoamerican reef off of Roatan Honduras are up there on the "amazing things list." Working and traveling through New Zealand was nonstop amaze. I have also traveled to the Cloud Forest in CR, hiked along and over the Continental Divide, 12km deep into the rainforest. We live in Vermont, which is home to much inspiring natural beauty and home to much amazement.

Teach, Learn, Share

Usually I find myself in the position of learning, rather than teaching. But if you want to learn how to knit, or something craftsy like that I'd be happy to try and teach. I know how to roll maki ;)

What I Can Share with Hosts

Always happy to share experiences/stories over a bottle of wine or pot of tea. If we really get homey, let's cook a meal or something, I can make queso and a good (semi authentic) 7 hour sourdough.

Countries I’ve Visited

Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, France, Honduras, Mexico, Morocco, New Zealand

Countries I’ve Lived In

Honduras, United States

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