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To be myself.
I believe in different kinds of lifestyles and I believe that shearing cultures everybody became in a better person. For me travelling is on the same level of importance as studying or working. The lessons of the road is something you can't find in any school.
I like to live light, but with a commitment on my ideas. I try to be coherent about what I do in my life and my feelings. I feel the commitment of create a better world for the next generations. Nothing is written in the world for me.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I try to meet couchsurfers when I'm travelling and in my city too. The CS groups is a very good social tool to get involved with great things and great people.
I have been in a lot of couchsurfing meetings and different events. The best one was the CouchCrash in New York in 2012! Also I've Surfed different couches in this trip, in countries like Cuba, Mexico and Colombia. And I have hosted people in my home in Buenos Aires.
To Play music
To play football
To learn about the world
Music, Movies, and Books
MOVIES: Baraca, Nomadak TX, Luna de Avellaneda..
BOOKS: Las venas abiertas de America Latina
MUSIC: ALL KIND!
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I have sailed along the Amazonas river from Iquitos to Manaus and then I crossed the jungle all the way up to Venezuela by autostop.
I've turned around the Cape Horn.
I'm doing a trip from New York to the South Hemisphere!
I have stopped of biting my nails, unbelievable!
Teach, Learn, Share
I'm a sailing coach. I have experience working in Argentina and USA too, specially with children and teenagers. I really like to teach how to sail.
I used to teach Maths and Statistics too, for University and high-school.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela
Countries I’ve Lived In