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*IMPORTANT: As of 5th of January 2024, Peruvian Law 31689 requires all foreign visitors to send their information (valid passport photo of the main page that displays all your information, including your picture) to the host, as this will be verified by Migraciones. So in order to stay at my house, please send your passport photo/scan right after I accept you and before getting here, otherwise I won't be able to host you. For more information, please google "Ley 31689 El Peruano".
I was born in Lima, a.k.a. as City of the Kings and well known for being the Gastronomical Capital of the Americas, mixing Spanish, Andean and Asian culinary traditions. I am a Bachelor of Business Management, and have just finished Interiors Architecture as a 2nd career. I love reading books, going to the gym (I'm becoming a gym rat 🤪), playing video games, learning languages, and of course, meeting new people (whenever I can 😊). I have a little collection of carnivorous plants, I just love them! And last but not least, at home you will have tasty food/great drinks made with love :)
Right now I'm studying/working but I make time to go out with my guests :) so please consider that you will also go on your own to some places. I will give you as many recommendations as I can depending on your interests ^^
My only rules: treat my space as if it was yours (please take the garbage out before you leave), don't smoke/vape inside the room/bathroom, and don't bring other people to my house, doesn't matter if it's the president lol.
Lastly, I use couchsurfing as a way to meet people and make friends. I know one should never say never like Justin's song, but in this moment of my life I'm just focused on getting to know people and enjoying friendship. You can read my reviews if you don't believe me 😛
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I want to meet new people and practice the languages I know (English, Portuguese, German, all the languages haha). I would also love to learn from other cultures and show the people that stay at my place all about Peru.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
First trekking in Arequipa, through the Colca Canyon 2d 1n ... had no previous preparation, no hiking proper clothes/shoes nor poles, just my adventurous spirit, some water and energy bars (the previous day I got food poison).. I almost died but I made it, and after that I got a tattoo that always reminds me of that amazing experience.
Teach, Learn, Share
Teach Bachata, Salsa
How to make a great pisco sour 😊
Learn other languages
Share my culture and everything I can
What I Can Share with Hosts
My carnivorous plants collection
My bartending skills to make drinks
My cooking skills to make peruvian food
Dancing, playing board games
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, England, Norway, Spain, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Colombia, Peru, United States