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Enjoying food and have a good time with folks!
They would say I am curious and easygoing. I always try to help my friends as good as I can.
Don't fear the Unknown. Go and try whatever your body refuses to . Or else, you may walk past something's great!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Two years ago I stayed 6 months in Bangkok to carry out an internship. I was renting an appartment with two Thais.
We welcomed couchsurfers all the time, took them out and enjoyed time casually.
Vive la Vie!
I am French and live near Paris. I can speak French, English. My culinary skills include lovely apple pies and French creaps mais oui!!!
I like meeting people from different backgrounds and have a nice conversation.
Contrary to my fellow countrymen I do shower and don't complain all the time!!!!
Travels make people curious, imaginative and better. Let's crack some jokes!
Music, Movies, and Books
- pop music, jazz, original soundtrack of movies I like
- novels of Eiji yoshikawa, Soseki Natsume, Hemingway
- short novels : Edgar allan Poe, Prosper mérimée
- movies : no country for old men, Batman ( with Christopher Nolan), The departure, Tampopo, Young adult
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I climbed the FUJI mountain in Japan with my brother without much preparation : sneakers, short pants, one sweatshirt, one pair of gloves for two people, no light torch, snacks and one bottle of water, fishing hat.
We climbed up the mountain halfway, then decided it would be a shame to go back down. So we climbed all the way to the top. However when we reached the top, it was past 5 pm and the sun was setting down.
We walked down the slope full of gravel with pain (stones would get into our shoes and hurt our feet, our thighs would get cramped...) and suddenly realized it was pitch black out there and we were stucked in the middle of nowhere : ahead of us some bushes blocked our way. We could not take the risk to penetrate inside without light.... It was getting colder and colder and could not spend a night out without water.
Fortunately we met two Japanese : a father and his son. They nicely bring us to the parking lot and would also bring us to the closest station. Jeez we felt so bad : our shoes were full of muds but still they would let us sit in their cars.
It was a bit frightening but I don't regret it : I have learned to not overestimate myself and realize that wherever I go and whatever Ido, it may make my relatives and friends worried.
Besides, sometimes travelling without too much preparation reveal to be worth and bring about valuable encounters.
Countries I’ve Visited
Cambodia, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In
China, France, United States