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I am missionless! They did not give me one. That leaves me more time to help others accomplish theirs.
Je suis Québécois, Canadien (dans cet ordre) and proud to be both.
The reason why we are on this Earth is to learn everything about the beauties of this world. But keep it simple. Partying, talking with the girl next door and eating ice cream can already teach you a lot. Never skip an opportunity to travel, bad timing is not an excuse!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I started removing dog's hair from my couch!
I first experienced CouchSurfing in Brazil. Right from the start, it gave me a totally distinct point of view of this country. I then knew I would love Brazil and even more CouchSurfing.
Since then, I travelled to so many places and met amazing people, each with a unique story but all with a common goal of learning and living intense experiences.
Travelling, playing soccer, having a beer with my friends, a glass of wine seated in a couch next to the fireplace, hiking, fishing, theatre play, arts, outdoor living and make others happy. Got to admit, I am in love and Catherine is my number one interest!
- outdoor activities
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Cooked sausages and marshmallows on red hot lava from a volcano in Guatemala, got ass kicked by a Croatian football team in southern France, suffered from altitude sickness in la Cordilliera Blanca Peru, lost 5 cameras (well 6 now :( )while travelling, been escorted under gun threat to Brazilian/Paraguay border, learned how to say hello in 8 of the 900 active languages in Papua New Guinea,
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Australia, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, France, Gibraltar, Guatemala, Honduras, Italy, Jamaica, Jordan, Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Switzerland, United States, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In