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I'm pretty much an easy going person, trying to see always the positive side and be optimist, sometimes it works :)
I have traveled for a few countries so far, and I'm glad that I still have the energy to continue traveling and meeting new people, places, food and culture. Until one day I decide to stop somewhere.. maybe.
Professionally, although also personally, I have a great great interest in humanitarian aid and migration, I'm currently trying to specialize in the refugees issue.
As long as I'm here, I'll try to enjoy this universe and its beings
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
hosting, travelling, meetings and surfing
As a girl traveling alone there might be a bit of anxiety in a thirst thought, but I can say that 90% of the experiences I had were really great with hosts disposed to show me the city and nice non-touristic spots, with good conversation and natural kindness :) I'm grateful with the positive side of technology that can provide this kind of experience, where you exchange so much with another human being sometimes so different but at the same time so similar on somewhere on the other side of the world or in the neighbour city. Well, it's amazing
reading, bike, permaculture, dance, music, organic, sustainability, politics, refugees, nature, tea and coffee, eco friendly, relaxing, traveling, handicraft, history, green, people, migration, cultures, volunteering
Music, Movies, and Books
movies: Mr. Nobody, The Constant Gardener, Into the Wild, Donnie Darko, documentaries etc ~ not big fan of comedies
music: rock, mpb, samba, classical, indie etc
books: love reading ~ the classic ones, sci-fi, history, politics and Harry Potter
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Living in India in a tiny village (although crowded of course) doing volunteer work with the locals was a great experience. Can't say that the classics Taj Mahal and Machu Picchu weren't also amazing, and definitely a 5000km ride from the border of Peru-Chile to Santiago is something to remember. But maybe my personal favorite one was working in Athens with children refugees from all over Africa and Middle East.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Dominican Republic, England, France, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Uruguay, Vatican City State, Wales
Countries I’ve Lived In
Brazil, Canada, France, India, Spain