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  • 8 References 4 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in French, Spanish; learning English, German
  • 24, Male
  • Member since 2011
  • Student in Mechanical Engineering
  • I have been educated to be a respectful and engaged perso...
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About Me

I had the opportunity to meet a lots of cultures in my exchange year so I want to keep this wonderful feeling of open-mind. And obviously teach my culture to other persons with argentinian tradtions.

Work hard, Enjoy Hard!

Why I’m on Couchsurfing

I'm on Couchsurfing to meet new people and share with them!


I study engineering, i like very much play basketball and run. Also i like listen to electronic music, meet other people and of course to travel!

  • culture
  • dining
  • running
  • flying
  • traveling
  • music
  • electronic music
  • basketball
  • engineering

Music, Movies, and Books

I listen all kind of music. I like electronic music, red hots,. I like read some novels also.

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

On Summer 2010, i was with my family in Machu Picchu. in january it was the rainy season. Because of that there was a big storm. In Aguas Calientes I was stranded 4 for days only eating a few biscuits and a bottle of water per day. There wasn't food in the town and the only way to leaves was in a Peruvian air force helicopter. First the tourists left and then local people. In the evening of the 4th day, in the last fly my family and me could hang out but the problem was that while we were departing, local people starts to insulted us and throwing stones. Afther this faboulous experience we had to travel in a bus to Arequipa, then an other bus to Tacna (on the border of Chile) then to Arica, iquique, Calama, San pedro de Atacama, Salta and finally Buenos Aires. The trip took 4 days.

What I Can Share with Hosts

I can share argentinian traditions and a point of view,

Countries I’ve Visited

Brazil, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, Peru, Uruguay

Countries I’ve Lived In

Argentina, Switzerland

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