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We would like to meet other open-minded and easy-going people from different parts of the world to know other cultures.
Inga; I am talkative,lively and full of energy
Marek; I am crazy about music and sport
WE: love travelling, exploring the world, meeting people, going out and helping others
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
We are hitch-hikers and we experienced wonderful hospitality on our way not only by cs web.During our trip to Romania and Bulgaria exept wonderful hospitality by couch searching we had some unexpectable adventures. The best was in Romania. While we were walking through a village, looking for a place to put up a tent , an old woman stopped us and pulled to her house yard,fed us,nearly washed us herself and gave us a couch.She saw us being tired
with heavy sacks with any idea where to go. REALLY GOOD HEARTED PERSON. She doesn`t know anything about cs web-we love her!
As we wrote we are hichhikers but it wasn`t possible
to hichhike in Egypt because of police and special checking points... We spent wonderful time in Cairo in two GREAT FAMILIES as couchsurfers. Their hospitality was wonderful.
Other couchsurfers in Egypt tried to do their business
music, cooking vegan food, travelling, hitch-hiking, meeting people, going out, concerts, dancing, riding bikes, walking...
- emergency services
Music, Movies, and Books
Ambitious European films like Amelia and directed by Emir Kusturica. Books: writers like Jaroslav Hasek and George Orwell Music: Chumbawamba, old U2, Sinead O'Connor, Oi Polloi, New Model Army, Cranberries and Alternative punk, ska & reggae music.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
We haven't seen such big hospitality like in Maroco. Here it is what we experienced:We came to Marakech at night by hitch-hiking. Looking around we decided to put up a tent in a public park.Suddenly an 18 or 19 aged boy appeared. Although it was a barrier of
language,he managed to explain us it's too dangerous place to do it here.
We didn't want to listen to him because we were tired and sleepy. He gestured us he had a house and "terrace" and persuaded us to follow him. Walking with him through dark suburbs we were a little frightened.
Finally we reached his home.Nazif, it was his name, introduced us to his family and brought us upstairs, made us a soft bed on the floor and came back to the park to continue playing cards
Imagine: you see unknown people putting up a tent in the park and you invite them home for a night!!!
Teach, Learn, Share
Don't be afraid of hitch-hiking in Maroco, Syria,Jordan, Libanon, Armenia,Iran... local people there, are very friendly, helpful, willing to share the food and a couch; easy-going, smiled, optimistic and very helpful. In Europe we also experienced great hospitality but in Spain, Portugal and Norway it was more difficult to hich-hike
What I Can Share with Hosts
If you like we can cook a vegan dish and if you wish we can practice a little bit of yoga
Countries I’ve Visited
Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Syrian Arab Republic, Tajikistan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan
Countries I’ve Lived In