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I'm an adventure seeking, rock climbing, science loving, music obsessing, beer brewing, spray painting, pottery throwing, guitar playing, scotch drinking, dance partying guy who loves life.
My favorite adventures are the ones where you get lost, cold, wet, and miserable, then remember that life is awesome.
I like things that make me nervous. If I feel scared about doing something, that probably means I should do it.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I have had many ridiculous, great experiences in Barcelona, Calella de Mar, Paris, Luxembourg, Berlin, Bristol, Abergavenny, and more. All unique. Meeting people through CS is a special experience in itself.
More recently I have hosted cycle tourists from Couchsurfing and Warm Showers who are on two-wheeled adventures!
mix cds. arbutus trees. baked brie cheese.
acoustic guitars. cookie jars. sushi bars.
board games. stage names. candle flames.
crunchy grapes. tight escapes. sunday crepes.
hand claps. foreign maps. finger snaps.
- board games
- rock climbing
Music, Movies, and Books
Music - I like music that you can explore the depths of:
Fleet Foxes, Sufjan Stevens, Beach House, Patrick Watson
Movies - I like movies that immerse you and fill your world while you watch them:
Memento, Hero, Princess Mononoke
Books - I like books that let you journey through another perspective:
The Alchemist, Childhood's End, The Wizard of Earthsea
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
One day I packed a change of clothes, bought a plane ticket, and ended up in Barcelona. The plan was to bicycle everywhere my heart desired. Nearly five months, and 6000km later I had zigzagged my way through 11 countries and had the trek of a lifetime.
Teach, Learn, Share
I make real mean sourdough pancakes. Like, they will change your perspective on what it means to be a pancake.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In