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To conquer the world and free people from the ordinary
Communication and respect leads to freedom. Don't do others what you don't like to yourself.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Providing lots of fun and experiences outside your imagination in Mexico city.
Sharing the realities around and in the heart of the city.
Lots of people that have share their knowledge, passion and freedom with me. and . Also I have share appartment for years friends from almost all over had a great time here like, Austria, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Argentina, Deutschland, South Africa, Spain, United states, etc
We communicate and respect that's the key for happiness
Music, coffee, traveling, exchange experiences, drinking, dubstep, dancing, swimming, rolling, etc.
Working side by side with the people & kids from slums is also part of what we do.
Providing an introduction to the mexican culture crossing all the social boundaries with love and respect.
Music, Movies, and Books
Tarantino's, Super jail, Rusko, Dance gavin dance, Tolstoi, Fiodor, Skrillex, The mars volta, Prodigy, Cafe olga sanchez, Calle 13, Rage against the machine
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The ocean shinning in blue during the night. Nice plancton.
Teach, Learn, Share
We build the furniture in here, we can make something together.
I help people to get equal opportunities, you can come with me and help to make the difference by just sharing your life history or just by telling them how you end up there with them.
My friends and me like to move with dubstep around the city..
México is a playground i will show you how to use it.
What I Can Share with Hosts
Awesome local places.
The mexican experience by living different realities.
Our knowledge & network of cool friends.
The best places to dance.
We try to buy the groceries together in local places to make it cheaper and be able to share with everybody.
Countries I’ve Visited
Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua
Countries I’ve Lived In