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Enjoy and celebrate my life.
I consider myself as an easy-going guy, but I think, my essence is to get the greatest of this life. I enjoy walking around the cities, learning by having experiences about everything, and travelling. I love photography and food. Im a foodie, indeed (even so Im vegetarian). I work in the creative economy sector of my city, because I believe culture and creativity are real factors to make a city grow (socially and economically)
I believe everybody deserves the right to be happy. I actually believe we are not robots working to make money, eat and sleep. I believe friendship is the greatest thing on Earth, and I believe in dreams as the biggest possibility to travel and create (inside and outside us). If I could describe my personal philosophy in tree words, undoubtedly, they would be: Travel, Learn, Love. (almost like Eat, Pray, Love)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I love contribuiting to the CS program by hosting people (when Im able to do it), exchanging experiences, and by giving suggestions about my city, or guiding new visitors to great places in here.
I was hosted on December, 2012, in Queretaro city and,undoubtedly, it's been one of the best experiences in my life. I was so marked by the experience, that i continue with the friendship i started with the people i knew in Queretaro.
Music, Movies, and Books
Pink Martini, Lila Downs, Buena Vista Social Club, Lykke Li, Beirut, Feist, Yann Tiersen. Chopin, Bach.
El Tunel by Ernesto Sabato.
La Tregua by Benedetti.
El Libro de Arena by Borges.
Fuegos by Marguerite Yourcenar.
Eat, Pray, Love.
Life of Pi.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
There is a small town in Mexico, near San Luis Potosi that has problems with narco. I was so afraid of going there due to some work duties (developing a cultural project for making a peaceful place), but I decided to give it a go, and I went there. Once I was in the city and talked with the people, and listened to their daily problems but also to their dreams and goals, I felt like plenty. It's like, you feel like your work is worth it.
Teach, Learn, Share
I think one of the greatest things I love to Share/Teach/Learn is cooking.
Countries I’ve Visited
Colombia, Guatemala, United States