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  • 89 references 69 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English, Spanish; learning Russian
  • 35, Male
  • Member since 2018
  • Ecommerce
  • College
  • From Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
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About Me

Couchsurfing changed my life from good to amazing! therefore I enjoy surfing and hosting. Thanks to couchsurfing I have amazing people in my life. Therefore I aim for meaningful experiences even though I understand that at times all we need as travelers is just a "temporary home" to take a break, a hot shower, etc. and I am fine with it as long as I am told.

If we could share something, cooking, different opinions, boardgames, (chess!) maybe you could teach me something?

Also another way I could help is for those with zero or very little references (which makes it difficult to get hosted because of that), we could have a drink or a walk in town and then I could write you a personal reference at least. Going up to the Selva or the communities? You could leave here your luggage stored as well. All this in an effort to keep giving to the couchsurfing community. It's been even occasions when I host people without being in town myself at all.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing

Amazing app, concept and people. Some exceptions won't change my mind.


Lately very interested/reading about pre colonial lefestyles and practices. A bit too much of "foodie" culture lately out there, so trying anything besides "the best whatever food" is more attractive for me at least these days

  • writing
  • cooking
  • chess
  • spirituality
  • antropology
  • boardgames
  • craftbeer
  • health and fitness

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

One? Life is full of them! I have been lucky to be appreciative of that to some extent, so trying to be more.

Teach, Learn, Share

We share what we learned from someone else at some point, some call that teaching, i don't. I have been a "self-learner" most of life but in the end someone wrote the tutorial I read, filmed the video I watched on YouTube, so... I just feel a bit uncomfortable being called a teacher because of that

What I Can Share with Hosts

Place to rest, sometimes food, some hang time depending on how busy days get.

Countries I’ve Visited

Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Monaco, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, United States, Vatican City State

Countries I’ve Lived In

Mexico, Russian Federation, United States

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