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  • 290 References 141 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English, Spanish; learning French, Italian, Portuguese
  • 40, Male
  • Member since 2006
  • a little bit of this and a little bit of that
  • I have a Law degree and even used to teach at the Law uni...
  • From Misteriosa Buenos Aires
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About Me


To find my space in the new CS, or outside of it.


It's not easy talking about oneself...I'm an easy going guy, very open minded, willing to find knowledge by knowing other people, or just having fun ...I like to discuss politics, philosophy, history, social relations, although I'm not a specialist in any of those...but you might not notice it and end up thinking I actually know what I'm talking about :) I tend to be quite shy at first, hence I give a first impression of being harsh, but I'm not. I generally get over it after talking for a little time. It takes some time to get to know me.


I do not have a definition of my personal philosophy, I did not buy it canned, and it modifies (fortunately) as time goes by. Sorry, you will have to know me in person in order to find out.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I host. I surf. I meet. I want more.


I've hosted many people in my home. In the beginning, just friends of a friend of a friend,then also quite a lot members of Hospitality Club (something like Couchsurfing. Have a look at my profile there.) and lately (well, say, the last... 8 years) Couchsurfing as well. I've already had over 150 guests.

I have surfed quite some couches in my travels, too. Some were good experiences, many of them excellent, most have been extraordinary. (And one not so good but I barely remember).

Just in case you are interested in a detail, in random order (this list is very, very outdated and updating it would be too much work):

I hosted:

Kristin from Germany
Huang from Taiwan
Sophia from USA
Sarah from USA
Mathieu from Quebec
Jakob from USA
Martin from Argentina
Tom a.k.a. Pablo from UK
Sarah from Germany
Barbara from Poland
Ania from Germany
Susana from Taiwan
Jessica and Shane from Canada
Anna from Austria
Stacey from Australia
Nimrod from Australia
Chelsea from USA
Aurelie and Elodie from France
Pako from Spain
Angelica from Colombia
Fernando from Argentina
Anne from Germany
Anna and Julian from Uruguay
Raquel from Paraguay
Alexandra from Venezuela
Swaroop from India
Alice from Austria
Raphaelle & Jose from France
Genaro from Argentina
Marie & a silent boyfriend from France
Laura & Vicky from Uruguay
Lynda & Chris (and their 2 bikes) from Canada
Laury Anne from France
Menelaos from Greece
Tomas from Argentina
Juliana from Brazil
Roos from Netherlands
Erna from Belgium
Erika from USA
Jaime & Adam from USA
Hilde & Stephane from Switzerland
Laurence and Elsa from France
Evangelina from Argentina
Daniel from USA
Joseph from USA
Tim from USA
Astrid from Germany
Magnus and Gustav from Sweden
Johanna from France
Richard from UK
Elina and Ilze from Latvia
Carlos from Mexico
Anita & Martin from Slovenia
Jon from Norway
Irina from Romania
Andrina from Switzerland
Ciro from Portugal
Elena from Germany
Tom from Israel
Lucas from USA
Marie from Canada
María and Pawel from Poland
Troy and Elo from Australia and France
Edward from USA
Matthias from Germany
Roxy from Hawaii
Shelby and Jo from New Zealand
Paolo from Italy
Jane from Moldova, or more precisely from Transnistria
Spela and Lucia from Slovenia
Samuel and Nolween from France
Eric from USA
Ryan from Canada and Diana from Perú
Geraldine and Nicolas from France
Paula from Argentina
Jose from Spain
Gonzalo (HC) from Spain
Maddie & Fredrik (HC)from Sweden
Jurgita & Tomas from Lithuania
Krzysztof from Poland
Jack (HC) from Netherlands
Anke from Germany
Helen from UK
Shamil from Argentina
Ingrid & Simon from South Africa
Thomas from Denmark
Dita & Lucia from Czech Republic
Catherine from Australia
Annika and Nick from Italy
Adam and his (allergic to cats) uncle from UK
Fernanda from Portugal
Astrid from Sweden and Lahib from Irak
Masha from Austria
Leticia from Euskal Herria (Basque Country)
Chrystina from USA
Brian from Canada
Magda and Adam from Poland
Fred from Netherlands
Julie from Canada
Justus from Germany
Basia from Poland
Victoria from UK
Mallory from USA
Daniel from USA
Aurore from France
Margaret from Ireland
Simon from New Zealand
Marie-Line from Belgium
Claudia from Germany
Sara and Sébastien from France
Ada from Slovakia
Lisa from Germany
Marina and Sigurd from Norway
Julia from Hungary
Niall from Scotland
Tomasz from Poland

I surfed with:
Riccardo in Brussels, Belgium
Lorena in Madrid, Spain
Shamal in NYC, USA
Massimo in Pistoia, Italy
Huang in Buenos Aires
Gabi in Buenos Aires
Gonzalo in Bariloche, Argentina
Laura and Giovanni in Catania, Italy
Nadia in Palermo, Italy
Luciano and Francesco in Portici, Italy
Valeria and Manuelain Viterbo, Italy
Sara in Bologna, Italy
Luca in Rome, Italy
Steven in Venice, Italy
Nicola in Catania, Italy
Samantha & Aniello in Salerno, Italy
Anahi in Rosario, Argentina
Laura in Montevideo, Uruguay
Dave in NJ, USA
Giacomo in Siena, Italy
Paolo in Bologna, Italy
Breno in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Marcela in Niteroi, Brazil
Matias in El Calafate, Argentina
Rajaa in Casablanca, Morocco
Jacques and Nicolas in Marrakech, Morocco
Martin in Dublin, Ireland
Zsofia in Budapest, Hungary
Kitti in Pecs, Hungary
Magda in Bratislava, Slovakia
Darko in Vienna, Austria
Isa in Vienna, Austria
Angela in Vienna, Austria
Michael in Munich, Germany
Florian in Berlin, Germany
Mirka in Prague, Czech Republic
Barbara in Krakow, Poland
Tomasz and Karolina in Warsaw, Poland
Toniwalia in Warsaw, Poland
Maru and Marcin in Poznan, Poland
Monika in Gdansk, Poland
Milda in Vilnius, Lithuania
Victorija in Vilnius, Lithuania
Liga in Riga, Latvia
Kārlis in Riga, Latvia
Elisabeth in Bremen, Germany
Kaspar in Stockholm, Sweden
João in Berlin, Germany
Menelaos (in Lefteris' apartment) in Athens, Greece
Vanessa in Athens, Greece
Kaisa and Ciro in Istanbul, Turkey
Liesje in Brussels, Belgium
Robino and all the people in Casa Robino in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Pablo in Frankfurt, Germany
Ronita & Vijay in Delhi, India
Monolita & Mathew in Ernakulam, India
Jacob in NYC, USA
Marissa in NYC, USA
Paulina in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Becca in Kampala, Uganda
Antonio in Belen, Argentina
Andres in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Jock in Mikumi, Tanzania
Saar in Haifa, Israel
Paul in Cressveuille, France
Tomii in Entebbe, Uganda
Delphine in Granville, France
Geraldine and Nico in Cognac, France
Damien in Orleans, France
Yao in Mababane, Swaziland
Sylvia in Vilankulo, Mozambique
Jean-Fracoise in Johannesburg, South Africa

I traveled with:
Gisela from Argentina
Huang from Taiwan
Ariel from Argentina
Martin from Argentina
Gabi from Argentina
Kristin from Germany
Nacho from Argentina
Andrea from Argentina
Marcela from Brazil
Julien from France
Susana from Taiwan
Christian from Germany
Raffy from Italy
The Campioni Family from Belgium
Beatriz from Uruguay
Mathieu from Quebec
Barbara from Poland
Francisco from Mexico
Maude from Quebec
Anna from Ucrania
Cristian from Quebec

I could try to list all the wonderful couchsurfers I've met, but that would take too long... they are a few. A few thousands.


I'm interested in traveling, reading, listening to good music, knowing interesting people and taking photos. I like trekking in the mountains or in the forests, the smell of the summer rain, wild camping, the sound of leaves under my feet in the woods, biking, hearing nice stories real or not, exotic fruits, trying new things, I'm open to new experiences. Now I'm interested in tasting new flavours, so if you are are a good cook (or not so good) I would be delighted to taste anything you prepare.

I like ice cream very much, most of all if it's from Jauja in El Bolsón (Patagonia). Any season you come, we'll share some good argentinian ice cream.

Latest news: Jauja opened a branch in Buenos Aires! Give me a shout and we can go together.

  • cats
  • cooking
  • exercise
  • clubbing
  • politics
  • news
  • reading
  • traveling
  • music
  • cycling
  • camping
  • skydiving
  • history
  • law
  • beaches
  • mountains

Music, Movies, and Books

A movie: Clockwork orange, by Stanley Kubrick

My favourite book quote : (it could also be under "Personal philosohy" title). "...Hay que abrir de par en par las ventanas y tirar todo a la calle, pero sobre todo hay que tirar tambien la ventana, y nosotros con ella. Es la muerte, o salir volando. Hay que hacerlo, de alguna manera hay que hacerlo. Tener el valor de entrar en mitad de las fiestas y poner sobre la cabeza de la relampagueante due�a de casa un hermoso sapo verde, regalo de la noche, y asistir sin horror a la venganza de los lacayos" Julio Cortazar, Rayuela, ch. 147

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

I've done a couple of things that have impressed me, but I would have a hard time trying to choose one...the trek around Ilha Grande in Brazil (one week trekking rainy tropical forests and pristine beaches) is one of my beloved memories.
More than 1500 km in a row cycling Italy is not bad either...
However, I´m sure that my most exciting experiences are yet to come! Maybe you can be a part of it...Amazing things I plan doing someday
-A trip from Ushuaia to Alaska by motorcycle. That said, I still don´t have a motorcycle, and I haven't ever had or used one. But it sounds good.
-Skydiving over El Bolsón. Now that I think of it, I can´t understand why I haven´t done it yet.

Teach, Learn, Share

I have a couple of bicycles at home, one is waiting for you, my dear surfer. So I can share this secret: A bicycle is better than a car. By biking you: don't have to buy oil- you save energy resources, save money, don't pollute the city, you exercise, prevent traffic jams, get where you want faster, enjoy the ride much more and live longer. As my German friend Peter says, los argentinos deberiamos andar mas en bicicleta.
I would like to learn about music from where you come. If you wanna show me how to cook any special dish, I would be interested in learning. I would like to show you my photos, if you are interested. But I´m not sure you would learn something by looking at them. I´m also a lawyer, if you like to talk about law...but I seriously doubt it!

Countries I’ve Visited

Albania, Argentina, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Netherlands, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Swaziland, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay

Countries I’ve Lived In


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