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I believe that the the biggest source of quality in our life depends on the relations we make. Long as well as short-term relations. They are all important bricks in the life we build.
I just recently moved from a house/collective with 28 other people (all ages). I have been living like that for more than seven years - I think that tells a lot about my personality in general. For instance that im flexible and easy to be around and know how to adapt to my surroundings. I like company indeed but I also enjoy to be myself - so dont worry - I'm not an extreme social outreaching person night and day even though I have been living with many people around me for so many years. I like varieties in my life in many ways. I try to stay curious and openminded. Im a very honest person, polite but I do say what I mean. Im always in for good discussion.
Im into partying, dancing, getting drunk - but you can as well find me on museums or with a book all day laying in the sun on a blanket in a park. I like to chill without any specific mission for the day. I like outdoor activities, hiking and many kind of sports. I play a lot of beach volleyball (wanna play? Im always game :-D). I like biking and running. I don't own a car. All I got is a bike - actually two bikes so I have one for my guests as well.
Im a journalist on freelance basis and enjoy to sit down on my ass and write :-D - all kind of stuff.
Im gay, which surprises most people when I tell them. My boyfriend recently finished his education in medicine and just started as a doctor. Im out of an family of self-employed - everything from tar to ice cream :-D
I'm a very liberal person. I tolerate big time being different and people who prioritize different from me. I try to stay curious and openminded and to find a good balance between a well planned life and lots of impulsive stuff like meeting people through couchsurfing. :-D
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Not a big couch surfer but love the concept and have at least some few but very good experiences with CS. I'm not couch surfing because of the money I save compared with hotels, but because of the privilege to meet up with local and welcoming people. You can do that in a bar and other ways. Couchsurfing is one of them.
- board games
- outdoor activities
- beach volleyball
- ice cream
- and more ice cream
Music, Movies, and Books
None mentioned, none forgotten
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Trainsurfing, singing in front of 250 young people (I can't sing) to mention some of the scaring things…. :-) Nature can be so amazing and stunning. Drinking way, waaaaaay too old camel milk while visiting a mongolian family in their ger - without vomiting - was NOT amazing but couldn't find anywhere else to share this memory.
Teach, Learn, Share
I have been studying for many years and well - will it ever stop? I'm educated as a journalist but I also graduated from the law school. I have had many different types of jobs. For instance I'm a part time teacher and freelance journalist.
What I Can Share with Hosts
I love cooking and would love to cook something with the host. And of course a good laugh while sharing some interesting life experiences. But I guess we all write this in here ;-D
Countries I’ve Lived In