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Dual Citizenship, Italian studies, Perpetual travel!
Upbeat, excited about new things, ready to see more! Raised in a Italian family in the NY/NJ metro area, we always had relatives coming from Italy & Canada. I grew to love the language & people who were my Family, even if they were far away. With that eclectic cultural background, I soon learned I could only be satiated by meeting new folks from countries other than my own. Let's meet, greet, travel, work & have a good time! Love to see & experience new people, places & culture.
I'm currently learning Italian, getting my music recording setup for travel & working on my dual citizenship for Italy/EU
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Time is a commodity that can never be bought. In this one respect we have been given a level playing field, use it wisely. We are here to learn so that we might give back.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
If you need information about places I have been, feel free to reach out to me. I've extensively traveled most of the States listed. I am almost ALWAYS traveling. (I've been in California all Summer consulting, headed to Florida for a couple weeks, then NJ/NY area) When in doubt- reach out, I might have an option open to you
Culture: grew up in the NY/NJ metro area, I love diversity
Travel: from a young age my parents took us on road trips throughout the country.
Music: met some of my best friends through & in the music industry.
Self Improvement: after some a life changing accident I realized the most important thing I could do for myself was focus on me, not on the chaos that surrounds many day-to-day.
Consulting: I've used my knowledge of music, business models, electrical, solar, time management, etc, etc to help those around me & those less fortunate
- road trips
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Me & my best friend were driving cross country from Kentucky (where we met since we were both on our own road trips up until then). I'll never forget seeing the sun rise in New Mexico and hit all the multicolored dessert butte's..we both just sat there in silence taking in the thousands of colors during the sunrise as we headed west to California to visit his grandparents.
My first trip out of the country was at age 16 to visit family in Italy. It was a life changing experience. One specific moment I remember well was my older uncle (tech. my second uncle) who took my father and me around on walks every evening as was his habit. He lived in Old Rome and knew all the different vendors and shopkeepers. So we'd walk for a few minutes, he would talk with them for a bit then we'd move on. In this one trip we must have stopped at 4 different Espresso places.. I was shaking by the time we got home from all the caffeine..haha :)
Countries I’ve Visited
Canada, Italy, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In