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Not being a homeless in München!
I can not answer this question, but here is what Paul said (a friend I made thanks to CS, thank you again dude!!)
"Fernan was a very pleasant guest. He's witty, spontenous and in good spirits and I it was really cool to have him around that day... I also enjoyed it to speek some Spanish. You're welcome anytime. un abrazo, tio. Nos vemos!"
Live and let live.
And as my father says: "Haz el bien, aunque no sepas a quién"
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Maybe weekends I can be free and I can bring people to my couch :)
I started in Leipzig, an express-travel there with almost no money. But I made myself an experimented member during my Interrail all over Europe.
I love music, meet new people, go party, sports (football, american football, voleyball...) and the afternoon-coffee with friends :)
I don't usually have money, but when I have it, I spend it in concerts and travels!
I also like reading at night before get asleep and when I use underground.
Music, Movies, and Books
Rock music (lot of GBytes of post-hardcore and other styles) and now that I've lived in Berlin, also tecno (d&b, dubstep) of course...
About films, those that you don't ever imagine the end, as "Fight club", "Memento", "Butterfly fx", etc.
Books: not a defined style, changing... --I gotta finish "On the road", but I bought it in German... and it's quite hard--
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I can tell you little adventures with a coffee/beer around us ;) and I will enjoy hearing yours!!
Teach, Learn, Share
Everyday you can learn anything new, just open your ears...
I'd like to learn anything interesting or curious, and I can teach you... for example... cooking spanish dishes... aah! and the "turbochela"... good invent... haha
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In