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I have a degree in law but I'm much more interested in arts and history (altough sadly I don't have the talent to write/act/dance/play an instrument)
"Non farti mai dire dagli altri chi devi amare, e chi devi odiare. Sbaglia per conto tuo, sempre."
"Legnagyobb cél pedig, itt, e földi létben,
Ember lenni mindég, minden körülményben."
"Maradj hűséges Istenedhez, hazádhoz es jellemedhez. Amen"
"Mit mondott az öreg Kiss? Ne csak együnk, igyunk is!"
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
- actually I work in Luxembourg, so hosting is usually not an option -
If my schedule and obligations allow it, I will be always glad to host you in Lendva or on weekends also in Budapest. All in one, if you decide that you want to discover Lendva despite its relative non-importance, I will do everything I can to facilitate your visit (including picking you up at the nearest (25 km) station and showing you the region).
I was hosted several times in France years ago and I hosted six or seven times till now - yeah, Lendva is becoming increasingly popular:). I think CS is much more than a simple free hosting page: first of all, as most of the time I travel alone it means a conversation partner, next, the CSers take you to places you would pass by normally, and the most important, (with a few exceptions) CSers are among the best and the most interesting people on the world!
travelling, history and art history, classical literature, music, theatre, dance (swing and charleston), bridge, a bit of cycling, the Catalanist movement and skateboarding (altough I started it too late to make any progress)
- art history
- study abroad
Music, Movies, and Books
movies: La grande bellezza, Le concert, The Artist, Amarcord, Joyeux Noël, Eszter hagyatéka, Mine vaganti, Sunshine - A napfény íze, Un pique-nique chez Osiris, Saint-Jacques - La mecque, Valami Amerika 2, La finestra di fronte, Philomena, Viharsarok
music: Gustav Mahler, Tchaikovski, Liszt, the bel canto composers, Richard Strauss, Verdi and Wagner from the classics; swing music; Budapest Bár, Italian-French-Hungarian pop with 3-4 songs/artist and Mina, Gianna Nannini, Negramaro and Oliver Dragojević in particular;
books: Antal Szerb (Journey by Moonlight) Sándor Márai, Imre Madách (The Tragedy of Man), Mór Jókai, Magda Szabó, Victor Hugo, Balzac, L'Annonce faite à Marie (in the last few years sadly I read quite a little, but I adore going to the theatre)
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
My Erasmus in Strasbourg
Teach, Learn, Share
maybe Hungarian if nothing else
For cooking lessons you should find somebody else, even a year abroad hasn't improved my skills (but if you come to me, my mother will provide you with all the regional specialities)
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In
France, Italy, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Spain