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Studying and enjoying my life. Meeting people, and trying to get the best out of my days
I´m a happy young man. I enjoy meeting new people, experience new cultures, and... How to put it? Making the best of every opportunity! Nothing is better than travelling through life, knowing that you´ve learned something. And that you´ve done something good for others. Even if only to bring a smile at a sad face :)
Live your life! Dont save it for when you´re old. What is worse than looking back and regretting things not done? Within limits of course :) Doesnt mean you should throw you life away:) Live it and enjoy it!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
As so far no Couchsurfing through this site. But have stayed with a lot of friends and other people.
There have been a few unpleasant experiences, but never worse than I just left with a smile and no hard feelings:)
And there have been amazing experiences where people who became like my family let me partake in their life!
Lot´s of stuff. As long as you talk with an interesting person the subject really doesn't matter, as long as you enjoy yourself and get to know the other person. But well, everything from social differences in latinamerica to whether or not techno is sound or music (that was a loooong conversation, involving good friends, beer and lots of fun, maybe a bit of yelling as well).
Music, Movies, and Books
Music: Rock mostly. All the way from ACDC to the cure and the kooks. Not to funky though...
Books: Havent been reading to much lately... I know my way around the classics though.
Movies: Stuff from people like Tarantino, Guillermo del Toro, Scorsese, Tim Burton...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Seen and watched if not done a lot of amazing things. One story about me...:
I was travelling through La Mosquitia, a far out place in Honduras. Sitting on a bench waiting for a boat coming to get me and the locals from Puerto Lempira, a village, to a smaller village called Hauas. A woman approached me, and sat next to me. We talked for a while, and i ended up agreeing to help her 5 years old kid get to Ahuas. She had only money enough for his ticket and couldnt take care of him herself. So i looked after him on the boat and the trip to the village, and he was very brave. Not a tear though it was obvious he missed his mom. I stayed some days at his family en Ahuas where his aunt lived. It still humbles me how people so poor offer all they have for a stranger!
Teach, Learn, Share
Be curious! Accept peoples differences, within the limit of behavior. Give your best and you'll notice that people surprise you!
Countries I’ve Visited
Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Egypt, Germany, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In
Denmark, Guatemala, Honduras