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yeah, my opinion of me... hmm... hard to say :)
Im 24, and like lots of 24 year olds, i still have big plans for future. I like to travel around the world and meet new people. I think its possible to live in peace and harmony, if people want to. Its good to help and have dreams. What i really want to do next, is to learn more about permaculture, fishing, living together, ..... something bout the nice/ usefull things in life. I think everybody knows something and everybody can help :)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
A lot of friends of mine, are here on couchsurfing. They say its great and that you can meet a lot of new people and interests. The community is nice and im looking forward to make new friends.
Also its great to surf from couch to couch and see how people live and do their thing in this world.
Skateboarding and everything on a board is my LOVE! Step on a board and get connected with the envirement, is for me "freedom". To see, when people are happy and creativ, makes me happy. I also really like to travel and see new places, no matter where. There is heaps of cool stuff in our world! :D drawing, street art, build something, jam with friends, have a walk, enjoy nature, ...
- street art
Music, Movies, and Books
ouh hard again :D
from music i hear everything i like, from reaggae, rock, rap, instrumentals, classic, french-spanish and italian-folk, techno, indi-rock-pop, .... there is a lot.
movies: fight club, beasts of the southern wild, lego the movie, the godfather 1-3, lammbock, ...
books: Gruppenbild mit Dame, Der Pate, Che Guevara`s Feldtagebuch, ...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
so hard questions here :)
one thing i straight remember is,
when i have been at the northest point in New Zealand with my ex girlfriend. It was a sunny day and everything was soooo random :) magic..
There are heaps of amazing things out there..
Countries I’ve Visited
Egypt, France, Netherlands, Spain, Turkey, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In