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Finishing a Bachelor Degree
I'm 26 now and still kinda trying to find my own path of life. A while ago, I stopped studying physics after 3 semesters, now I'm finishing my degree in Southeast Asian Studies. Hence my interest for social sciences. I tend to have leftist views on political discourses.
I call myself a traveller, albeit not a hardchore one. It seems like I often either don't have money or time to travel. But when I do, though, I try to make my journey an adventure. For example, in 2010 I hitch hiked from Berlin to Portugal and back for about a month. Or in 2013, for another month, I travelled on my own moped through Vietnam. I used to hate those people who run around with a camera and a Lonely Planet in the tourist centres. Nowadays, I am more honest to myself. It seems I like to do both on a journey: some sightseeing, some exploring by myself.
I'm up for anything, expecially if it involves a great team of people and beers. I really enjoy quality time with my friends and talks over societal problems, next to the ususal stuff.
At first glance, I may be (too) direct to anyone I meet anew. But I really mean it either in a funny or warm-hearted way. I try to be as helpful as I can for others.
Что привело меня на Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I used to host a lot, after travelling and surfing couches a lot. In the recent years, I couldn't host anymore except for friends. Reason is, I want to make sure my guests can have a great time and that I can have a great experience together with them. But recently, I just couldn't make room free for that. Will see soon to alter that.
Have been hosted in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. And once in Hamburg. Great countries/cities, great couchsurfers!
Have met/hosted great Couchsurfers in Berlin where I have shown them around.
Country.count of my guests:
people hosted: 44
... gotta work on that! :-)
Everything. Apart from that:
Street Art, Local history of places, Urban Exploring, Sports, cycling. Ways of travelling low-cost, e.g. hitch-hiking. Lots to add.
- street art
- track and field
- social science
Музыка, кино и книги
Too much to list. Although I disagree with spending time on TV-Series, I currently got hooked by "How I met your mother". Used to watch Simpsons and South Park a lot. Exactly my kind of humor.
Music: Partying: House, Techno, Balkan Beats. Live: Jazz, anything involving a guitar or a great show. Or anything rocking the stage. Or anything. At home: Bloc Party, Coldplay, to name the most popular ones. But anything, again, in fact.
Books: I collect them, but rarely get to read them, too shameful, I know. I hope I'll have more time the older I get. Kurt Tucholksy is surely one of the best satyrical writers. Read him to know about what it means to be German.
Классная вещь, которую я сделал(-а)
Awesome hitch hiking experiences in Europe. Lucky again and again.
Moto-biked through Vietnam. A beautiful country, on and off the beaten track.
Is the Angkor Wat temlple something I should list here or just another tourist thing for the picture of it?
Учу, учусь, делюсь опытом и информацией
I can teach you how to walk with open eyes and spot street art.
I can teach you the basics of Beatboxing. I still can't stop doing it.
I can tell you much about my city Berlin. I love doing that.
I wanna learn anything. I love learning. Please teach me about your special subject! The basics of philosophy? How to construct a bridge? The politics in your country? How to drive a tank? What's your way to be happy in life?
And of course,... my/your signature dish is always something sharable.
Где я побывал(-а)
Australia, Cambodia, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Laos, Malaysia, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Russian Federation, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, Viet Nam
Где я жил(-а)
Australia, Germany, Viet Nam