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brighten every day and have no reason to complain
Actually, I try to find my place in life that leads to interesting hobbies, instant changes of priorities, different experiments - going to archaeological excavations, spending time on cinema set.
Positive attitude to life is the most important thing in this world Be kind and people will be kind to you :)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I'm always more than happy to meet for a coffee or drink or to show non-touristic Moscow
One day I went hiking with couchsurfers in Ireland and I really enjoyed it! So I joined at hiking group in Moscow.
Stayed with Ðã♥ìɖ ☯ ℱЯ犬ÑÇع ☺ Ωびगםö,
Was hosted by Airis Kambarata
drawing, black and white film photography, hitchhiking, history of art, reading books, active sports, skiing in the mountains, volleyball, running with Adidas Run club,
Music, Movies, and Books
Joe Strummer, Ramones, Sonic Youth, Crystal castles, Dire Straigts, The Kooks
I like films that make me reflect on things around me, soviet cinema.
Also Lars Fon Trier`s, Bergman`s, Woody Allen`s and Akira Kurosava`s films
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I experienced great sense of free flying in aero-tube last Summer and I`d do it again this Spring!
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach you playing piano, drawing,taking photos, cooking fast and tasty and also teach Russian language and practice French and English with you.
Also I can train you during your first running , playing badminton or skiing experience.
I want to play drums and guitar and learn Italian and German.
What I Can Share with Hosts
I think I can share my knowledge of Russian traditions and culture, my work and study experience in multinational environment.
Countries I’ve Visited
Armenia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Dominican Republic, Finland, Georgia, Greece, Ireland, Lithuania, Montenegro, Portugal, Russian Federation, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In