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To seek out new life and new civilisations.. loll to meet new wonderful and interesting people. I just moved to Jerusalem.
Funny, full of life, love my newfound passion - cooking. ... I love to meet new and interesting people..
Please don't take two weeks or more to give me a review -- it's not cool :)
I love watching movies either alone after a hard day at work or with a friend..
Why do I live my life??? Wowwww - ummmm - well --- If I don't live my life, who will?
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Trying to make my guests feel home away from home: - I am extremely interested in hotel management as a career path and I want each couchsurfer to feel as comfortable as possible and your feedback helps me to improve.
A sense of humour, a smile and loads of stories to share are always welcome.
Cooking, watching basketball and going to game, animals.
Music, Movies, and Books
Romance Comedy, Comedy, Action, Adventure, Sci Fi.
Any Gordon Ramsay show, Star Trek, Superman, Mr. Bean. Exodus, Jet Li, Jackie Chan and much more..
Love comedy and cooking shows.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Cooked the perfect entricote first time :))
Well I want to say more than one :)
Teach, Learn, Share
If you will be my guest over a weekend - from Friday evening to Saturday night, read the information in the links below to help you to understand about the Jewish Sabbath - the Shabbat. It is just a guide so don't worry :) http://www.jewfaq.org/shabbat.htm Kosher dietary rules explained (sort of): http://www.jewfaq.org/kashrut.htm LIBERALISM Tel Aviv is known for its liberal spirit since it is the cultural and intellectual capital of the country. People here are very open-minded towards new trends and ideas. But now I live in Jerusalem which is rather less liberal. TAXI METRES When travelling by taxi on local rides always ask the driver to operate the meter which is always in Shekel. . Also, always ask for a receipt. It's handy to have in case you leave something in the taxi. Tipping In restaurants it is recommended to tip around 10-20 percent of the bill (in cash only). No need to tip taxi drivers for local rides, only for long distance journeys that take you outside the city you may tip the driver about 10 percent of the bill. TIMEOUT MAGAZINE IN ENGLISH ONLINE: http://digital.timeout.co.il/activemagazine/welcome/israel_69.asp
What I Can Share with Hosts
My weird sense of humor- lots of drinks and movies and a hotel like experience
Countries I’ve Visited
Bulgaria, Canada, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Russian Federation, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Cyprus, Germany, United Kingdom