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Ahoy sailors! I was born in Sakarya but have been studying mechanical engineering and living in Bursa for years. I go for a dancing in my free times since I've been going to salsa classes. I'm working for Erasmus Student Network which helps to Erasmus students who come to Uludağ University. Being respectful is the most important thing which should be respected. And a smile can steal my heart in anytime easily. I love helping people and this is one of the most important reasons why I'm here. I'm genial, open-minded, easygoing and relaxed person who hopes to meet you.
"Come, whoever you're." Mevlana
Here's my website which transfers you to all of my social networks, if you need them like, references:
I'm a freethinker. Love questioning everything about the universe and getting no answer. This world of mistery is what I'm living for.
And I believe in the little prince.
"Believing is easier than thinking. Hence so many more believers than thinkers."
"When I do good, I feel good; when I do bad, I feel bad. That is my religion."
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I'm mostly hosting surfers and once have been in Serbia. I love introducing my surfers to my friends in order to make them motivated to host some surfers just like me. Trying to answer the questions which were asked in my local place page.
I've hosted many people from Morocco, USA, France, UK, Germany, Spain, Catalonia, Austria, Poland, Syria, Dubai and been to Serbia, Romania and Montenegro.
I've made many precious friends who I still keep in touch with and learnt many things which I can never learn without Couchsurfing.
Cats, music, history, movies, science, dancing, table tennis, different cultures
Music, Movies, and Books
Favorite book: The Little Prince
Music: Pink Floyd, Frank Sinatra, Sigur Ros, The Beatles
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I travelled to Istanbul from Bursa with two friends of mine during the occupation in Gezi Park in Istanbul by hitchhiking. We stopped two juggernauts and three cars to reach there. We really had so much fun.
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach you about Bursa's history, touristic places, transportation, some table games, card tricks, Turkish language, can share my CS experiences and love learning different cultures, languages. I can share my food and I can cook. Even we can cook together. I can be your guide to tell you where to go in Turkey. And if you're interested we can talk about the mechanics but I bet you're not :D
Countries I’ve Visited
Croatia, Denmark, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Sweden
Countries I’ve Lived In