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to find where the rainbow starts
I cannot judge myself from anothers point of view. But I can say this: I like people and people like me. I'm not a loud one and it takes a bit of time for me to be tamed, but meeting new people, learning from them, living new experiences, seeing new places is what drives me. friends and familly say I'm a nomad. I think I'm not enough of one.
My freedom ends where the other's start.
Dreams have no limit. Only your own.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I've been surfing in Russia, Japan, Corea...
Now it's my turn to host!
Love, joy, sharing, traveling, sailing, drawing, anything that includes learning, and sharing knowledge and good times.
I like parties in anonymous crowds in big cities, and smaller get-together moments for discussion as well as being alone face to face with nature.
i apreciate the graphic lines of modern architecture as well as the story of old stone. I like the business of crowds as well as the silence of nature. I appreciate the small wonder of a ray of light trough a leaf as well as the immensisity deployed by a canyon landscape.
I like a good diner with fine wine with a friend or more.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
My first encounter with the primary forest. Awstruck is the right word. I felt like the immensity of the world was resumed there. It inspired respect and humility, serenity as well as a feeling of belonging.
Riding through a storm in a middle of an oued in deep Moroco. I was well conscious of the danger. It was a thrill as well as fear for survival. You cannot be more conscious of being alive than in those moments.
Teach, Learn, Share
I can draw. I'm into graphic arts. I'm not sure how but very willing to share with anyone interested.
Countries I’ve Visited
China, Croatia, Denmark, Egypt, Guadeloupe, Italy, Japan, Laos, Morocco, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Réunion, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In
France, United States