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travelling and make friends all over the world
a cockroach, easy to adapt in any kind of environment. sometimes people get annoyed by my "save the earth" notion, I don't litter, I reused plastic bags, I'm a pescetarian, I don't smoke and I have a very low tolerance of alcohol. I've got horrible sense of direction therefor do not ever ask me an address. I'm one of those sensitive people who can easily cry, many people think I'm weak but hey...one of the thing I learn from learning psychology is that crying makes you feel better (at least for me). I'm a sociable person eventhough sometimes when encounter many people I become shy and tend to be quite and just sit in the corner. a lil bit childish (just a lil bit, trust me) and very selfish (that's what my good friends told me), too honest sometimes but overall I think (Ireally hate to say this) I'm a good person :D
I travel like Bear Grylls !
You are a hardcore traveler with a stomach of steel, and you'll eat a grub out of a tree long before you are even hungry. You can't remember the last time you showered, but you still look good.
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there is always the start, the end, and the wonderful things in between.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I was told by a friend
i've surfed many couches and hosted few people already, so far the experience has been amazing. i love hostel but there's something in couchsurfing that you can't get if you choose staying at hostel
movies, books, and travel to different places
Music, Movies, and Books
I don't really listen to music but ADELE!!!! My jam when I had my heart broken.
I love drama, something that you can relate to your life.
I looooooove reading!!! I can't list all of my favorite books but some of them that I can think of right now are The Alchemist by Cuelho, The Bastard of Istanbul and 40 Rules of Love by Elif Shafak, Minaret and the Translator by Aboulela, 1984 by Orwell, some of Sandra Brown's novels, all of Jane Austen's (yes, Captain Wentworth is my dream man), and some other books that I'm too lazy to type.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
well...how about few amazing things I've done. here they are:
1. I have been an exchange student and live with the local for 6 weeks. I loved living with them and learning the way they live.
2. started my thesis again after neglected it for 2 years.
3. told my (super conservative/religious/not-so-cool) parents that I have tattoo
Teach, Learn, Share
teach : not sure what I should teach. if you are interested I could teach you bahasa Indonesia and some free psychology session (not sure about that tho)
learn : I looooooove learning new languages. I'm more than pleased to practice your languange.
share : let's share our traveling experience and culture
What I Can Share with Hosts
I usually give my hosts simple souvenirs from Indonesia
Countries I’ve Visited
Cambodia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In