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I'm a pretty easy going guy. I grew up in a small village surrounded by big cities, which has given me an appreciation for the slow, the fast and everything in between. I love getting to know new people- what their doing, their path, interests, ambitions ect. Currently my interests fall into the health/biological sciences, but its constantly changing.
I've spend the better part of my life in schools learning about the world outside. Now I've decided to take some time off- do some travelling- and learn in a slightly different way.
we only get one shot at this life, why not make it extraordinary
be authentic in your choices
sympathize not condemn
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I've surfed a bit in Canada and also a bit in East Europe. Now I'm booking a flight to southeast Asia to see what kind of adventures await!
I'm pretty new to the CS community, but I've already had some great experiences. Recently I found myself in NYC, where a fellow CS'er had opened his flat to all CS'ers for a big rooftop NYE party.
People: how unique we all are
Nature: affecting everything and everyone
Socializing: it's only human, right
Music, Movies, and Books
I like movies that make me laugh: Step Brothers, SuperTroopers or
Im a music lover- I like music that makes me move, that makes me relax. Right now I'm listening to some pretty chill jazz, but I also love folk (bon iver, feist, dan mangan, mumford&sons, iron&wine), some more independent stuff (Grizzly Bear**, sigur ros, Ra Ra Riot, Stars*) all the way to electronic and dubstep (Zeds dead, knife party, Pretty Lights*)
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I haven't done or seen much others haven't done or seen before me... but then again how many of us really have?
I've been high,low and lots places in between..
I'm eagerly waiting to find a mission that'll lead me to the amazingness my life desires
Teach, Learn, Share
Teach: personal experiences, health stuff
Learn: how to appreciate the small, inconspicuous parts of life
Share: some good time, then perhaps a beer