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My favorite hobby is traveling and discovering new places and cultures. So far, my biggest travel-adventure was in Mexico in 2012. I spent half a year in Cuernavaca for a semester abroad; actually I spent most of the time traveling around and learnt more in the streets than at university.
I'm open minded, I love to eat tipical food from all over the world (I've got a culinary list of what I want to eat at least once in my life), like to dance, love to just chill and talk about god and the world :)
living is traveling (Andersen)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I have had one not so good experience so far... and many great CS experiences on top of that!
Some of the CSers I've met are very good friends of mine now; in 2013, I was even invited to a wedding - thanks to CS we got to know each other!
learning new languages,
go to cinemas,
meet new people
Music, Movies, and Books
I love to attend small concerts, they are much more fun than the big ones.
I'm the worst book-reader ever! I need at least half a year (if not a whole one) to finish a book.. but somehow, there exist some few books I finish within days. I guess these are the really good ones!?
I love watching movies! And I nearly watch every genre. But mostly comedies.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Minsk: one of the most interesting travels I've done.
Bahia Drake: the most beautiful place in Costa Rica!
Siwa: an oasis in Egypt. I staid there at the best hotel ever and felt like in a bible tale they told me when I was a child!
Vinga, near Göteborg: a little island, where volunteers who stay there the whole summer tell you interesting stories about it.
A little cute teahouse in Beijing: can you imagine drinking tea for 3 hours? After visiting this teahouse, I can!
Dia de los Muertos in Ocotepec, Mexico: One of the nicest celebrations I've ever seen. After celebrating death with the Mexicans you see this topic in a total different way
Teach, Learn, Share
Some words in German, or Swissgerman for the advanced people
How to make braided bread (tipical Swiss bread)
Countries I’ve Visited
Albania, Austria, Belarus, China, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Egypt, El Salvador, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Mauritius, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In
Costa Rica, Mexico, Switzerland