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To share the world
I grew up in Mexico, moving to the US when I was 14. San Diego became my hometown at that age until I decided to move to San Francisco for better times. I enjoy life and everything around it.
Go with the flow to enjoy life. Vive y deja vivir. My philosophy in life is that you only live once so live it as if it was the last day of it without putting any trust in the future (Carpe diem).
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I have hosted so many couch surfers that I already lost count. I am currently hosting in the hopes that someone will host me when I travel.
Couch Surfing experiences consist of beer and laughs. They've all been fun and pleasant. I like people that really take interest and not just copy and paste when asking to surf.
Clothes, beer, movies, music, tennis, going out, making friends, having fun. I love sunflower seeds, they make me happy. Beer at the park is always fun too. I love meeting people from different places and cultures. I like languages although I am not very good at learning them, as i already mention I'm fluent in Spanish and have basic understanding of Portuguese (Brazilian). Make sure to mention a tennis player from the country you are from in your request so that I know that you took the time to read my profile, and yes I will know if the tennis player is real or not. Otherwise you'll prob get a blank response.
Music, Movies, and Books
Kill Bill, Run Lola Run, action movies, chick flicks, documentaries, comedies; Arcade Fire, Pixies, Cafe Tacuba, Manu Chao,rock en español, electro; Paulo Coelho, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Don Quijote.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The most amazing things I've ever seen is La Sagrada Familia, and the amazing city of Guanajuato, Mexico.
Teach, Learn, Share
Don't have much to teach, but I can for sure share my cultural and everyday experiences.
Countries I’ve Visited
France, Mexico, Portugal, Spain
Countries I’ve Lived In