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I'm a very open minded, easy-going guy with a great passion for the natural world
I'm happiest when out exploring and hate staying in one place for too long, which is probably why I love to travel so much
I love animals, music, hot drinks, forests and hiking to the perfect viewpoint
In the future I hope to aid sustainable practice and live in my own carbon positive treehouse :)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Currently on a mission to explore as much as possible, forming a network of kind travellers and hosts to share passions and local knowledge with :)
I'm hoping to learn about different lifestyles, cultures and perspectives on life itself from fellow travellers / hosts. I wish to share and embrace culture in a more personal way, exploring less-beaten paths and truly appreciating each area and its treasures with the help of the Couchsurfing community.
- music festivals
- film photography
Music, Movies, and Books
TV: House of Cards, GOT, Wolf of Wall Street, Always Sunny in Philidelphia
I love David Attenborough's documentaries too!
Books: Lolita, The Hobbit and Basho's haiku translations
Music: Mac Demarco, American Football, Bob Marley, Grimes, Todd Terje, Mall Grab, Diana Ross, Korn, PC Music, Linkin Park
also generally into: Dancehall, Tekno, Techno, Drum n Bass, Reggae, Disco
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Volunteered to help with research for Loggerhead Turtles along with protecting nets from predation and rehabilitating injured individuals at Iztuzu Beach, Turkey
Teach, Learn, Share
experiences, cooking, stories, ideas, music, ways of life, languages
What I Can Share with Hosts
my big sense of humour, thoughts and insight about different issues, along with lots of good vibes and positivity :)
Also knowledge of places I've visited and cultures I have experienced, and of course any food I have with me !
Countries I’ve Visited
Bulgaria, France, Greece, Scotland, South Africa, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Wales
Countries I’ve Lived In