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To use my skills for a good purpose. And grow a beard.
I don't think the interwebs is the place to share your life.
But nevertheless, I like to push my limits, and see what can be done. I like to exchange on various subjects, and share my life experience with other, and vice-versa. Lately I've been stuck in a sort of routine due to studies, but I still remember how it was when I traveled more often.
When I get a place on my own, I'll certainly offer up my couch.
Here again, I enjoy to have this kind of conversation in the "real world", but to sum it up I live to learn and share, and fix my car when it is broken because it's well over 200k now.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I just joined CouchSurfing. I used to have an account back in 2008, when I went to Argentina.
I've had two couch-surfing experiences.
The first one was horrible.
I made it to Argentina, called the person, and then the person more or less hung up when I told her I was there.
The second experience was excellent, it was a last-minute request I had made when going to the Bermudas.
That host was the best !
I have interests in anything relevant.
I don't enjoy small talk, but I like to have fun.
But really, I think everything is interesting.
- last minute travel
Music, Movies, and Books
Someone told me once to read the brothers Karamazov.
I read a lot, but not fiction, and of course I like good movies and music that have something that makes me think or laugh or smile or cry.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Teach, Learn, Share
It's a nice section. I don't know what knowledge I have and others generally don't. Nor exactly what I am looking for. I think I have been mostly doing this instinctively.
I can fix computers, and my car.
So if one of these are broken in your house, AMA.
I'll assist you. ;)
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In