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Argh, normally I'm really relaxed as probably my previous guests could confirm but some people really tried their best to get on my nerves, so I did what I never wanted to do, I had to put some stupid rules on my profile. I got into couchsurfing to meet people and have an inspiring time together, you are absolutely welcome if you are up for any kind of activity. But I'm certainly not an internet cafe, so if you are the kind of person who can not live without smart phone and Facebook for five minutes, you are not welcome, easy as that. Also don't post any pictures of me or my flat on social media without asking me, if you like the idea of being transparent to the whole world and you think privacy is an old fashioned term I don't care, but I'm in opposition to this.
Do you really dare to visit Berlin without concrete plans, no guide book and you bother to think that it's a reasonable way to spend time with relaxing on your hosts couch and be completly stoned????
If so, you are welcome!
Hitch-hikers and people into (electronical) music most welcome. Please don't talk with me about university, career or other stuff every sane person considers annoying. Personally I don't see a big sense in writing a description of myself in sense of bla bla...I'm so cool, easy going, I even hitch hiked in Absurdistan and I have my own website about fashion trends...because no one can prove the opposite anyway. My references give you a glimpse of what to expect.
Worth to mention: Berlin is my favourite place in the world! I'll be glad to tell you why, I can already say as much as that it's not for monuments and churches. I'll be glad to give you advices where to go and what to do, most of it will be even less boring than the random tourist attractions.
If you have some extra time, check this movie for the atmosphere (no German skills necessary to get the point)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
My first time of Couchsurfing was in Oslo and and appeared to become a scandal night. Was a quite inspiring experience.
By the way: I hosted Carlos from Mexico, Piotr japierdole from Poland, Lee xu from China and Taylor from Mississippi...
Can anyone tell me why some people put this kind of lists on their profile????
Disco dancing / Reggae dancing, Sleeping, eating, complaining about the world, music, travels with nudist parties on empty beaches. Nothing particular.
Music, Movies, and Books
I collect music on vinyl. I also read books, but I don't collect them.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Teach, Learn, Share
Disco dancing / Reggae dancing
Good news: You can just relax and have a good time when staying in my place, without getting taught a lesson. But in case you insist, I might tell you something about travels, music or cooking.
Big WARNING for students: From all topics in the world, university issues might be the stuff I dislike to discuss the most, likely because I already had one million pointless "oh I study this and then I want to do the awesome that, and this lecture is so exiting and what do you study?" conversations in my life. But despite that I am open to all kinds of topics like f.e.
- Local bus service in Moldovian villages
- Supermarkets all around the world (my friend Daniel knows best about that, so I might give him a phone call. If you read this: Hello Daniel!)
What I Can Share with Hosts
Disco dancing / Reggae dancing
Countries I’ve Visited
Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine
Countries I’ve Lived In