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I always find it really hard to describe myself but I will try.
I'm super easy-going. I like meeting new people, seeing new things and learning so couch surfing is an awesome community to get into.
I just finished university after an exchange semester in Sweden. I double majored in political science and US studies. I'm not going to be a politician though. I really have no idea what I'm going to do but I'm leaning towards grad school.
I love animals and I really enjoy trying new things. I have a few hobbies. I really like skiing, so if you want to ski in Vancouver, send me a message!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I backpacked Europe a few years ago. I met lots of really cool people at hostels and when hostels were boring, I would meet nice, interesting people on through the couchsurfing community. When I went home, it gave me an opportunity to keep a bit of traveling spirit intact even when I was miserably waiting it out until my next trip!
I love reading. I like politics but I'm not particularly partisan or opinionated. I like reading stuff about voter behaviour, party systems - stuff like that.
I really like music. I do play instruments - piano and violin. I like languages as well but I'm pretty crappy at them. I like animals a lot and if you have interesting facts about animals to share, I'm eager to learn them!
Music, Movies, and Books
I like alternative and rock music. I like reading historical books but I will generally read whatever is available. As for movies, I watch anything that is funny. I've recently started watching some of the more popular big-name movies that everyone seems to know about (the Godfather, Vertigo, etc.) and I really enjoy that. I will also watch a horror movie once in a while but it really terrifies me.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In