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Life is too short and the best way to enjoy it is: see as much of this beautiful world as you can and meet new people!
Life is definitely too short for me, because I have too many interests and dreams for so less time.
Furthermore, I am a little bit of a "hotchpotch", because on the one hand I am a very active person and on the other I can lie arround a whole day sometimes. ;)
Most people say about me, that I am kind, passionate, honest, funny, sometimes a little complicated, but also amiable and helpful.
My biggest dream is to become a doctor, so that I can maybe make this world a trifle better - and so I am studying medicine, what takes a lot of time, unfortunatly.
Besides that, I love experiencing something new like meeting new people, travelling or even go to a new bar in my beloved city Aachen.
It is important for me to have the sense that I am relishing life and my friends help a lot to reach this feeling...
But before this turns into a novel, write me a note and get to know me - you will dead sure get an answer ;)
Life is not measured by the numbers of breaths we take - but by the numbers of moments that take our breath away... - Hilary Cooper
A famous quote but it says exactly what I think about life.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
One wonderful week in Cagliari, Sardinia - it was really great.
sports (mostly dancing), movies, music, books, travelling (!), my friends, climbing, diving, shopping, talking, nature and so much more ;)
Music, Movies, and Books
Music: mostly The Kooks, Muse, Coldplay, Die Sportfreunde Stiller, Musicals...
Movies: Mamma Mia, Mona Lisa Smile, Serendipity, P.o.t.c., Tim Burton´s works, Inglorious bastards, 21
Books: classics like Jane Austen, Shakespeare..., Francois Lelord - Hectors Reise
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Italy, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In