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To live everyday as the last one, trying to enjoy, profit and learn anything I can
I'm a 30 years old colombian guy. Just got my university degree in political sciences and international relations.
Very normal guy, always responsable and easygoing too.
Enjoy all kind of activities, mostly those concerning culture and travel (I think I'm addicted to travels :P)
Very openminded and always respecting all kind of people and trying to make new friends.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Well... while I was living in France (and I had my own place) I had my first couchsurfing experience: I hosted Sophie and Sascha, a nice and well traveled couple. That first experience made me feel very comfortable with the project.
Later that year I came back to my country (where I live with my parents), so the chances of hosting somebody decreased. Nevertheless sometimes I've had the oportunity to hang out, talk, take some coffee and show the city with some couchsurfers.
Finally I have had some couchsurfing experiences as a guest. In Jan 2010 I started what was supposed to be a long trip throughout South America. During that time I surfed some couchs in Brazil and Argentina and I met a lot of nice and interesting people.
Very interested in other kind of cultures (I'm from Latin America). Meeting people of other countries and travel all around the world are a passion.
Try to learn a lot of languages too.
History, geography, photography and music...
- international relations
- political science
Music, Movies, and Books
Love the movies (suspense, sci-fi over all, but I enjoy watching other types too of course). New kind of stories like Kill Bill, Lost in Translation or Forrest Gump.
Always listening to music (you can find any kind in my iPod... from Thalia to Beethoven... and I'm not joking :P). Right now I'm really into pop and rock indie.
When it comes to books, I have to admit that I don't read that much but that doesn't mean I'm not interested in them. Books I've found interesting: The name of the Rose (Umberto Eco), Da Vinci Code and One hundred years of solitude (Garcìa Marquez). Right now I'm trying to finish The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana (Eco, again) and Love in time of cholera (Garcìa Marquez, again).
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
In fact, living in Colombia it's just amazing....you have to visit it!!
In may/06 I visited the fiords in Norway and it's an amazing place.
Teach, Learn, Share
I can share with everyone the experiences and the things I'v learned while traveling. Teach some colombian culture and history.
I can teach spanish (native), english and french as well.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Czech Republic, Ecuador, France, Germany, Italy, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Paraguay, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Vatican City State
Countries I’ve Lived In
Argentina, Colombia, France