Guillaume Deleuze

Tunis, Tunis, Tunisia

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  • Fluent in English, French; learning Arabic (Egypt), Arabic (Tunisia), Dutch, Spanish
  • 27, Male
  • Member since 2008
  • Human Rights NGO worker
  • Political Sciences
  • From Brussels, Brussels, Belgium
  • Profile 65% complete

About Me


Protecting remaining areas of freedom and keeping bikes straight


I'm a 27 year old, graduated in political science and journalism, currently working with a human rights NGO in Tunis. I travel as much as I can to balance everyday life with adventure and exploration. I'm used to freewheeling depending on the circumstances of the moment.

I would describe myself as an easy going and friendly goat, always interested in meeting new people and exploring their side of reality. I genuinely enjoy cooking and I am looking forward to inviting you for dinner at your table along with gentle chats.

I am respectful and well accustomed to house sharing (having lived in shared houses for years). Basically, I do know the appropriate balance attributable to decent guests that can switch from jolly fellows to unnoticeable when expected.


I try to live without a priori or primary thoughts, in my social interractions as in my approach to socio cultural realities. I am comitted to learning as much as I can. I always try to keep my mind open and to conduct my life and my personal philosophy as such.


Le premier regard par la fenêtre au matin
Le vieux livre retrouvé
Des visages enthousiastes
De la neige, le retour des saisons
Le journal
Le chien
La dialectique
Prendre une douche, nager
De la musique ancienne
Des chaussures confortables
De la musique nouvelle
Ecrire, planter
Etre amical.

Bertolt Brecht, Poèmes 1934-1948, Tome 7

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I like to discover foreign countries and meet their inhabitants. The social aspect of travelling is very important to me. I heard about this couchsurfing project through a friend who triggered a immense compulsion in me and passion for travels. I immediately decided I wanted to participate in this open minded process and to a platform that proposes an alternative and ingenious way of approaching globalization.


I've experienced CouchSurfing in different ways (hosting, beeing hosted or just meetings) and in several locations (mostly Eastern Europe, North Africa, California and Belgium) and I'm keen to pursue the experience and to convince people that it's the best way to discover the world and its occupants.


Humans and a taxidermed speaking feasan. I can explain.

Music, Movies, and Books

Movies : Time of the Gypsies, Exils, Transylvania, A bittersweet life, A bout de souffle,Pierrot le fou, La Chinoise, Jules et Jim, Ascenseur pour l'échafaud, The Million Dollar Hotel, We own the night, Annie Hall, Dr Strangelove, Cria Cuervos, The Wall, Coffie and cigarettes, A night on earth, Mum and Son, 81/2, La nuit américaine, Arizona Dream, Tokyoga, Je me suis disputé (ma vie sexuelle), Roi et Reine, Boy meets girl, Mauvais Sang, Les amants du pont neuf, Etre et avoir among others.

It depends of my mood but I evolve thanks to the recommendations, so please, don't hesitate to recommend me some stuff.

I'm listening to various styles of music depending on my mood. Nevertheless, I'm constantly interested in discovering new things and especially to share cultural stuffs.

In order to give you a glimpse of what I'm listening to, I especially demonstrate respect for those artists :

Miles Davis, Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Stan Getz, Brad Meldau, Mulatu Astatke, Joy Division, The Walkmen, The National, The Antlers, Bill Callahan, Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Lou Reed, David Bowie, Tom Waits, The Doors, The Felice Brothers, Metronomy, Chromatics, LCD Soundsystem, Perfume Genius, Of Montreal, Nick Drake, The Smith, Jorge Ben, Gonjasufi, Girls, Georges Clinton, etc., etc...

Books : those are the last ones I recently enjoyed : Bret Easton Ellis (my favourite is Glamorama), Yannick Haenel (Jan Karski), Dostoïevski (The Player), Franz Kafka (L'Amérique), John Kennedy Toole (A Confederacy of Dunces), Georges Orwell (Animal Farm), John Steinbeck (Of Mice and Men), Jack Kerouac (On The Road) ...

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

Receiving the gold medal of and from Michael Johnson while I was a ten-year-old boy and a huge fan of his performances.
Climbing Mount Sinai with an intimate human and random camels.
Getting on a bus in Hebron.
Ordering a second bottle of red wine.

Teach, Learn, Share

I'm interrested in photography and I can teach the basic skills of the argentic method. I always travel with an argentic camera so I can show you some stuffs if you want to be able to manipulate a traditional camera. I also like to cook, I'm not a professional but I could make you taste some good meals.

What I Can Share with Hosts

A good meal and honest conversations.

Countries I’ve Visited

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Morocco, Nepal, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, United Kingdom

Countries I’ve Lived In

Belgium, Egypt, Tunisia, United States

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