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Okay.. :D I'm a very lively person, love to hang out with my friends,go out for a drink or cinema and party a lot on the weekends. But I also like to stay at home with a good book or cook with some friends and watch a DVD. And I'm addicted to adrenalin :D Amusementparks are my thing. And because there's never enough I love riding a motorbike(with someone, still have to get my own license), want to do a skydive really soon and everything that gives you this heart racing feeling.Since I'm travelling I'm much more open minded and I love to meet new people.
Always see the bright side of life! Even if you're at a place you don't like, there are always people who makes it worth staying! Met the best friends in New Zealand.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I'm jsut starting with couchsurfing. I had a van in New Zealand so I haven't done much couchsurfing but I had a couple of really good experiences.
Auckland July 2012 - Had an amazing time with my host! This let me believe that CS is absolutely amazing!
Christchurch Feb 2013 - Matt was an amazing host!
Will be on Fidji in July- that's going to be wicked!
Everything that's fun: swimming, cinema, go for a drink, party, cooking, DVD, music, go to the beach, books, and so much more
Music, Movies, and Books
I'm not picky about music or books.
I love movies with a lot of action but also really girly movies :D
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
New York! I'm not the biggest fan of big citties but New York is so great, I love it!
Normandie (France) best place to relax!
Jackson Bay- be at the end of the world at the end of the road with an absolutely fantastic view! I loved to work here!
And of course every single part of New Zealand :o)
Teach, Learn, Share
I always like to learn something about new cultures, see how people from other countries live. Even from your own. It's so funny how many German guys I met here. All from the same country and still so different. So how do live where you live?
I don't know what I can teach or if I want to teach. But what I know is that I can share. My interests, my stories.
And I think you grow with everyone you meet. Everyone leaves something with you. Maybe a good advice, a good story or just a good laugh.
Countries I’ve Visited
Denmark, France, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In