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Im an easy going cook from Canada, always looking for a new place to see and new things to do. Food is something I love so if you like to eat, then I think we'll get along swimmingly.
I was originally born in cowboy town of Calgary, AB, Canada and am currently on the road going where ever feels right. I love adventure and doing things as the idea of doing them comes in my head as ridiculous as it may be, whether its signing up for a ziplining tour 5 minutes before it leaves or seeing a Miley Cyrus concert in 3d (Disney based 3d concert film i've ever seen btw).
I have a general direction in life of eventually becoming a master chef or something of the sort, thats the main reason I like to travel. Any great dish has a great backstory and that to me is just as important as the food itself. Because knowing about the plight of the peasants in the early 1800's just makes you forget what is really in giblet stew.
I'd rather do something and love it or hate it, then spend my time regretting passing up the chance to do so.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I haven't really had the chance to host anyone yet because I don't really have a couch, but I try and meet with people and connect with them in different parts of the world and just do silly things.
So far very positive, made some great friends through couchsurfers and hope to keep that up.
Playing music (guitar/ mini guitar), hiking, biking, fireworks, photography, lampshades (unique or otherwise so), and ya more of the sort
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies: Across the universe, Sweeny Todd, Into the Wild, Don't Quit Your Daydream,
Music: The Beatles, Noah and the Whale, Mt. Eden, System of a Down
Books: Captain Underpants (The whole series because it truly is a masterpiece), most cook books, Fahrenheit 451, 1986
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Got out of bed this morning and went outside.
Teach, Learn, Share
Teach: - How to make wicked potato wedges - What its like to be indo-canadian - How to play the g chord (and others) on the guitar- Punctuation laws (English).Learn:Anything you got to teach me, theirs alot I don't know, and alot I would love to learn.Share:Tales of adventure, life and love.
Countries I’ve Visited
Cambodia, India, Mexico, Thailand
Countries I’ve Lived In