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Need to get to a few more European countries and then AFRICA!!!
I'm really easy going and I love meeting new people and travelling. I have been postponing my Euro-trip for 3 years and finally stopped making excuses. I'm glad I did it because I'm having the time of my life. Every new city I go to makes me even more excited. I love learning new languages and I wish I could speak EVERYTHING! I try to say a few things in the language of the country I'm in.
Approach people with Love and Respect. They will FEEL it and treat you in the same way.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I'm really clean and love to help out around the house while chatting and learning all about my host. Love to cook for my host especially if they work all day and are tired when they get home. It's my way of saying thanks and showing off my limited cooking skills. There's only one thing, don't ask me about Australia because I love it and I could talk your ear off. Hahahaha...
Couchsurfed in Lyon, France and absolutely loved it and I loved my hosts. They were amazing!!!! It's what I've always wanted to do but never thought it was possible. I've also couchsurfed in Mallorca, Spain. Also, and amazing experience!!! Totally loving it. Just wish I had discovered this earlier.
I'm a geniunely curious person and I love learning new things. Especially fun silly facts about random things. I seem to remember them easier. I'm like a puppy. Gimme anything... I'm interested in it.
Music, Movies, and Books
I love all kinds of music except heavy metal (only because I don't get it).
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
My life has been amazing. I'm really thankful for all my experiences. I have great stories. I think my grandchildren (when I have kids and then they have kids) will be very entertained someday.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, France, Indonesia, Italy, Spain, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In