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my mission is to learn more, and open up my mind to as many things in life as possible
I'm a general nice guy, laid back and easy going.
it is hard to find any subject where i don't have at least some sort of an interest because i find this world and all of the people in it interesting.
when it comes to general knowledge and experience i would say i have quite a lot to offer. i have tried many different jobs everywhere from farming and fishing to selling computers.I guess one can say I'm a "jack of all traits" as I'm a very quick learner and enthusiastic about what ever it is I'm doing.
I like discussing just about everything, and i love learning new things, and love teaching what i have learned to people that want to learn it.
I'm the kind of person that prefers to ask a stupid question and learn while i look stupid, over not asking and staying ignorant.
i think we live just to live. in the end its not what we accomplished that matters. but rather how much we enjoyed accomplishing it.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I host. and love doing so :)
mostly really good :)
I love hiking, I guess I could say that´s my main hobby and then photography.
but I really love doing just about anything, watching movies of all sorts, playing video games, fixing up old cars or tuning them, bar crawling and clubbing.
- video games
Music, Movies, and Books
when it comes to any form of art, be it movies or music or anything else. it doesn't have to be a specific genre are type for me to enjoy it. if it speaks to me, i listen.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I once saw a fully grown humpback whale just one meter away from the boat i was on.... that was quite breathtaking.
and I jumped out of a helicopter without a parachute. (during maritime rescue training :D )
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Macedonia, Netherlands, Serbia, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In