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To never stop being wonderstruck.
I loove people. To me, travelling is meeting people, living other cultures and growing up a little more from it.
Everybody is his own teacher in a way... As a human being, Im overwhelmed with way too much information, from everywhere, medias, university, everywhere, i allow myself to decide what is appropriate for myself. I guess Im lucky.
Luck is a huge part of life. I try to be thankful.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I spread the word !!
I hosted, shared, travelled, went to CS meetings in a few cities... People I met are all MUCHO interesting.
I enjoy painting and drawing as much as seeing art. And jogging, biking, "volleyballing" hehe... and climbing !!!
I also love my studies, i feel like i fell right into it.
Music, Movies, and Books
Any downtempo, from zero7, morcheeba... Tricky is a big part of it too. And electro, Flying Lotus is one of them...
I also love sweet and soft voices, suck as lykke Li and Bajka... and montreal bands as well, winter gloves, arcade fire, sam roberts...
And joyful electro !!
Im not sure i have a favorite movie, but if i did, i would probably choose "Les Choristes" or "Match Point".
Right now im into short stories from buchowski.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
A complete day, alone with a bike, the sun and an avocado, in the vineyards of beautiful Bourgogne.
Teach, Learn, Share
How to do a safe emergency tracheotomy when someone is suffocating:1-locate adam's apple on the person's throat2-take a pointy, not too sharp object (a bic pen is perfect)3-Put a finger or two on the persons adam's apple, and then feel a depression right below it: this particular spot is the weakest of all the trachea4-push the designated object down onto this spot; youll see, the person is gonna start breathing in a second, without bleeding much, and youll be certain his or her nerves are all right. Youpi !!
Countries I’ve Visited
Canada, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In