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To see the world as a traveller, not as a tourist.
Music is a pretty central part of my life. I don't really know how to describe my attachment to it. It's just so much a part of me, I get lost without it in my life. When I dance, I feel the rhythm and bass in my bones (consequently, I tend to dance like an idiot. I'm working on it). When I go to a concert, I sing to every song, dance to every dance, and mosh with the best of them. I recently started playing bass guitar and the drums, and love every second of it.
I love people. I like trying to understand people and their motivations. Don't worry, I won't psychoanalyze you or anything like that, but I love having interesting discussions about people and social movements and psychology.
I deal in puns. I apologize in advance.
At the end of the day, I am just a guy looking for happiness, in whatever form it comes to me in.
Walk as many miles in as many people's shoes as possible. Take that mile to truly appreciate the wear and tear of their shoes.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Surfing and hosting, and maybe going out to activities!
Surfed on a handful of couches and it was amazing! Looking to do it again, and also trying to get into this hosting thing as well :D
MUSIC. For sure my biggest interest. If you like concerts (especially anything upbeat and dancy, but I'm open), hit me up!
I also enjoy movies, making music, video games, logic puzzles, computer programming, crosswords, working with Microsoft Excel (hey, no judging), and working with kids... Sometimes.
- video games
- road trips
Music, Movies, and Books
Indie Rock, Electronica, House, Folk, Rock, etc.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
A couple of American road trips under my belt. Ask me about the Yellowstone Blizzard.
Teach, Learn, Share
I taught myself how to wiggle my ears while waiting in lines at Disneyland.
Countries I’ve Visited
Greece, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In