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It's difficult and not very objective to describe oneself. Well, my friends says that I'm friendly and helpful person. Good guide in the city were I live.
I like to enjoy a conversation, discover/explore new places, enjoy a meal (especially when it's own cooked), learn from others and share from others, explore a city out of the tourist path. Spent an afternoon in the park, cycling, reading, doing a picnic, etc. In general... trying to fill my life with extraordinary experiences and people!!!
I like to meet people from different places because it enrich you soul and widen your heart.
About my hobbies: I love photography, hiking, cycling, travelling and cooking. :)
Last years I have lived in different countries in periods from 3 to 1 year, and were the best time of my life. But now I'm living in Madrid, a place that is also quite interesting!!
Check my photos:
Fill your life with extraordinary experiences and people. And respect everyone!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I have hosted and surfed just a few of times. I also participate in some Madrid: Cooking and Moscow cooking events :)
I also enjoyed very much the language exchanges. Mesa de español has been a wonderful activity during my time in Istanbul.
Additionally once I participated in some trips with other CSers.
photography, cycling, hiking, and of course... traveling!
- language exchange
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
* sunset any day is amazing. * swiming on Dead Sea at the begining of December.
Teach, Learn, Share
I try to "teach" Spanish... ;) In Mesa de Español but Kike is much better than me on this :)
Dace show me that I can teach also how to fold plastic bags. A very useful thing! ;)
And Vicente may say that I can teach SQL language with a coffee. :)
Countries I’ve Visited
France, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Jordan, Russian Federation, Serbia, Sweden, Syrian Arab Republic, Ukraine
Countries I’ve Lived In
Belgium, Luxembourg, Poland, Russian Federation, Spain, Turkey