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  • Fluent in English; learning Spanish
  • 30, Male
  • Member since 2023
  • travel agent
  • bachelor degree
  • From Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, United Republic of
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About Me

my name is Frank Mdede a tour operator in Tanzania

Why I’m on Couchsurfing

Couchsurfing is a platform that allows travelers to connect with locals who are willing to offer them a place to stay for free. Many people choose to use Couchsurfing because it provides a unique opportunity to experience a destination from a local's perspective. It can be a great way to meet new people, learn about different cultures, and save money on accommodation expenses. Additionally, some individuals enjoy hosting travelers as a way to share their culture and make new connections. Ultimately, the decision to use Couchsurfing is a personal one, and it can offer a range of benefits depending on individual preferences and travel goals.

Interests

  • hiking
  • swimming
  • travelling

Music, Movies, and Books

The Great Savanna

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

hiking

Teach, Learn, Share

I teach everything about my culture and I learn everything as well as sharing

What I Can Share with Hosts

1. Cultural Exchange: Share stories, traditions, and customs from your own culture. This can be a great way to foster understanding and appreciation between different backgrounds.

2. Language Skills: If you speak a different language, offer to help your host practice or learn it. Language exchange can be a fun and educational experience for both parties.

3. Cooking: If you enjoy cooking, offer to prepare a meal from your home country or share a recipe with your host. Food is often a wonderful way to connect and bond with others.

4. Skills or Knowledge: If you have any unique skills or knowledge, such as playing a musical instrument, painting, or photography, you can offer to share your expertise with your host.

5. Help with Chores: Offer to help with household chores or tasks. It's a small gesture that shows your appreciation for their hospitality.

Remember, the key is to be respectful and considerate of your host's preferences and boundaries. Communication is essential, so make sure to discuss and agree upon any shared activities beforehand.

Countries I’ve Visited

Kenya

Countries I’ve Lived In

Tanzania

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