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never offer a chair to a dancing girl.
i know that things are able to change just from one minute to the next. and as same is my way of travelling too. but thats my style moving on and anyway part of my life. although i hope to find people helping to travel my way and to get the chance to give it back to travellers one day when i am home again.
so what else to tell u about me. i am loving the fc st. pauli and soccer! but never say soccer in europe, its football! and music! and my dog! and if i am not able to travel anymore, i ll never be the same! cooking is great and if u like to cook with me, dont hesitate to join me! life should be fun almost all time and i am happy to be born in the part of the world, where travelling is not only a dream, so i enjoy it.
my favourite travelfriend defined my way of life in this way: "u re really the most untypical, most flexible, most irrational and freaky german that i ve ever met. and thats not a compliment, thats the truth!" ... and somehow i think, she hits the mark :)...
am openminded for almost all things in life. but am really not willing to meet up people who are nt respecting freedom of others or different cultures.
so and if u ve read these whole things about me and still wanna stay with me, u re welcome to send me a message :)! i am excited to meet ya!
... never offer a chair to a dancing girl ...
... there's always a difference between knowing the path and walking the path ...
... stay human! ...
... mistakes are human ...
... wrong life cannot be lived rightly ...
... follow always the wind at ur back ...
... life is simple, keep it simple ...
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
During my travel i enjoyed meeting people and exploring exciting places. I enjoyed staying with people from all over the world and getting more input about their lifes. But unfortunately its not possible for me hosting people. Thats why i thought about how i can give a little bit back to the couchsurfers community.
At the moment am working at my webpage for a special page for travellers about things to do in berlin. But its not yet working completely. So just in case that u or ur friends are in Berlin, check out my website for or give me hints what else to do then just write a message to me. Would be a pleasure to me add that to my webpage.
At the moment I do not offer my couch to couchsurfers because living in a small flat with my boyfriend in Berlin. But just get in touch with me when we met during my travel and if you like to hang with me and dont mind about minimal space for sleeping.
i think, that most of the couchsurfers definetely belong to the better part of the world. i love the project! but i think that everyone should make sure that it stays in this relaxed and safe way. that doesnt mean that i wouldnt host unverified members, because i know about budgets ... but i definetely recommend to think about all possibilities to make meeting up other people to a blast in a safe way.
i would love to explore this whole world!!! like meeting up my friends, watching soccer, listen to music, especially electronic punk, hanging out,ofcourse, last but never least especially i love the worlds great deserts and could stay there forever!
Music, Movies, and Books
books: the fine balance (by r.mistry), als wir traeumten ( by c. meyer)
movies: noi the albino, clockwork orange, greenstreet hooligans, finding nemo
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
i discovered couchsurfing...
Teach, Learn, Share
well, i ve been definetely to long on the road. so i can teach u all of these gypsy things like making jewelry and lern how to survive without any money:). i m open to learn about all things of life, but notify that i dont intend to share any sexual adventures, because THIS IS NOT A DATING WEBPAGE!!!
Countries I’ve Visited
Australia, Canada, Colombia, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Guatemala, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela
Countries I’ve Lived In