Sarah Heinecke

Bremen, Bremen, Germany

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  • interpreter, creator, cross cultural communication promoter
  • my family, life, different cultures & people, universities
  • From Bremen
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About Me


discovering new paths and walking them


I encounter my life open-minded, with big eyes, a warm heart and a smile on my face. I like learning from people I meet, be inspired by stories they have to tell. At the same time I like inspiring others. I listen. I try to "walk a mile in her or his shoes" and try to understand. For me, this is important to let communication take place. Respect and Honesty as well.
I love cooking, invite friends for the food, find the suitable wine and music for it. When people around me are happy I am happy too.
I love laughing, am cheerful and curious. My path that lead me to couchsurfing let me met wonderful people so far. I am curious for next ones;)


"The universe is made of stories not of atoms."

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


By surfing couches, by meeting people for what ever and by hosting whenever I can.


During one week in July 2010, in which I wanted to get to know Newcastle and to find a place to live for my upcoming master studies, I made my first two cs experiences.One was planned, one was spontaneous. I found it just gorgeous. Each of the guys I was staying with gave me very special insights to the city and to their personal way of living there as well.


people, writing, dreaming, reading, cultures, dancing, coffee, music, playing double bass

Music, Movies, and Books

Jonathan Safran Foer: "extremely loud incredibly close"
Eckert von Hirschhausen "Glück kommt selten allein"
"Gran Torino" "Wie im Himmel" "Das Glück kommt morgen" "Chungking express" "tocar y luchar" "Chinese zum Mitnehmen" "Zusammen ist man weniger allein" (Ensemble c'est tout")
Madeleine Peyroux, Jazz in general, Frank Sinatra, Lauryn Hill, swing and funk!
Raúl Midón
And my absolute favourite is: "Danzon no. 2" (Arturo Marquez) perfomred by the El Sistema Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela.

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

I saw the Brass ensemble of the Simón Bolivar Orquesta Juvenil de Venezuela in London. The atmosphere they created in the Kings hall can not be put into was overwhelming! Music has so much power and love that catches people and certainly goes beyond language. Que maravillosa!

Teach, Learn, Share

I can teach you Chinese :)

Countries I’ve Visited

Australia, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Spain, United Kingdom

Countries I’ve Lived In

Austria, China, Germany, United Kingdom

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