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Make at least one friend from every country; Travel all continents in the world
35, male. Locked myself up in the textbooks (but not a bookworm!) until the first-time trip to Malaysia. After that, I set a goal that try to have one to two travels each year. A typical Virgo - Think a lot before making a decision, in other words, slow.
All people is an union. Don't want to be surrounded by test tubes and chemcials...
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I just read from a local travel magazine and think that CS project is great to learn cultures and friends from every corner of the world - so I am here
Knut (Norway) -- April 2009
Martin (Malaysia) -- April 2009
Andy and Cortney (Meet Again!) -- June 2010
Gil and Nancy (Washington DC, US) -- July 2009
John (Orlando, US) -- July 2009
Larry and Melinda (Miami, US) -- July 2009
Martina (Nassau, the Bahamas) -- July 2009
Andy and Cortney (L.A., US) -- July 2009
Helen (Seoul, South Korea) -- July 2009
Matthias (Kolkata, India) -- Aug 2010
DJ (Mumbai, India) -- Aug 2010
Alex and Elena (Moscow, Russia) -- Jun 2012
Kostia (Kiev, Ukraine) -- Jun 2012
Soccer, jogging, reading, watching movies, travelling, hiking, Lego-building
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies: A lot -- I am a movie-maniac
Music: Pop, classics, jazz - I like listening to jazz when I am squeezed by tonnes of work
Books: like to buy books but just read few pages on them on average
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
What I am inspired most is, from my previous stay in Nepal, I found people can live with minimal conditions. And I am glad that I had an experience to teach the kids there - I believe I will go back there again.
Teach, Learn, Share
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, China, Ecuador, France, India, Japan, Malaysia, Nepal, Peru, Russian Federation, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In