Maybe Accepting Guests
- Last login 3 months ago
Join Couchsurfing to see Isaac’s full profile. It’s free!
Machines & soldiers have missions. Trying not to be any of them...
Might be a little bit acid or humorly sarcastic sometimes.
Calm human being, love talking and discussing about any subject if all opinions are respected.
Love all sports, age is turning me into more of a viewer rather than a practicer though...
I'll always prefer a natural park or the country side. Cities will never be my first choice, despite being in love with eastern europe capitals.
Due to recent changes in CouchSurfing core, i'm slowly moving to BeWelcome. If you have a profile there, I'll be glad to recieve your request there.
If you don't, you should think about quiting this for-profit site and join an open community which is not made to make profit selling your personal info and posts.
Everything will be alright in the end. If it's not alright, it's not the end.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Hosted quakers, orientalists, vegans, veggies, yankees, vikings, joggers... good people.-
Aaron & Hillary from West Virginia
Crishan from Germany
Hendri from Nederlands
Jen & Nolan from Milwaukee & Washington
Yesim, Hamze & Cansu from Turkey
Ken from USA&Portugal on his way downtoegypt.blogspot.com
Sharon from California
Nancy (Norway) & Dragan (Hrvatska)
Marianna from Tartarstan
Ana, Amelia & Delphine from Quebec
Susannah from Australia
Amanda from Australia
Alena & 'Lena from Russia
Rosie, Mara & Olivia from California
Miriam from Éire
Marrit & Marieke from Fryslân
Katerina from Slovenija
Sarah from Italia
Ralf from Deutschland
Micaela from Argentina
Isabel from Spain & Guido from Italy
Everything that can be done in a relaxed mood, without disturbing or being disturbed.
Love discussing about any subject.
I better list what I'm not interested in:
- Fashion and trends
- Mainstream music
Unfortunetly I spend most of my time working as travel agent and managing a travel book store. When "living" I like to spend my time with live music, watching live or tv sports, trekking, watching films or just laying under the spanish sun. Ok, computers may also be in the menu.
Music, Movies, and Books
Currently reading Stephen King's "Dark Tower". That guy named Tolkien was pretty good too.
Late '60s were great times for music. All kind of alternative music.
Ainara Legardon, Paul Fuster, Pixies, Sonic Youth, Maika Makovski, Devendra Banhart, Radiohead, Joy Division, The Doors, RATM, Neil Young, Velvet Underground, Black Sabbath, Stooges, Marley, Hendrix, PJ Harvey, Jefferson Airplane, Cat Power, Otis Redding, John Frusciante, Glenn Miller, Jacob Kirkegaard, Mars Volta, Acid Mothers Temple, David Bowie, ...
I watch tons of films, but few come from Hollywood Comercial Gurus.
Mentions: Big Lebowski, 12:08 East of Bucharest, Clint Eastwood's, Stroszek, Trainspotting, LOTR, Pulp Fiction, Fear & Loathing in las Vegas, Dersu Uzsala, Into the wild, Apocalypse Now, Kubrick's, ...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
- Drinking some beers (ok, a lot of beers) with some local elder people near Krka Natural Park in Croatia
- My first host on my first trip to Croatia. He's a 60y.o. ecologic wine producer who rented (very low rate) me and a friend an appartment side-added to his house, with a "private" little rocky beach in front of it. Best host ever. I have visited him every time I have been back to Croatia.
Teach, Learn, Share
You can learn from a stone too. Should be an interchange between human beings.
Me & most of my friends are catalan spoken. I'll be glad to teach you spanish, but don't expect to be hearing it much at home... If you need more details about language situation here in north-east just tell me!
Countries I’ve Visited
Croatia, France, Ireland, Italy, Monaco, Netherlands, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In
Spain, United Kingdom