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d'apprendre le français et de trouver l'aventure
i love to fly by the seat of my pants, i love meeting people and learning from them. I've been living in montreal for about 4 years, living in community houses, the last one being a huge chaotic 3 story loft with artists and musicians and friends coming and going at all times. I'm an explorer, i like to stay up all night and create my own maps and regret it in the morning.
je suis anarchiste, mais je ne vais pas faire exploser votre maison... j'aime partager des choses, éliminer le pouvoir et l'hiérarchie de ma vie personelle et de ma communauté le mieux que je suis capable.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I actually just learned about this community! It worked out perfectly, because I was just wandering around San Francisco today, thinking about how much it sucks that you have to pay so much money to be able to travel or even to exist. I was thinking about all the times I have stayed at friends of friend's houses while travelling, and vice versa, and how amazing it would be if a network like that could exist on a larger scale. Then tonight I was sitting down to dinner with a girl I had met at the hostel I'm staying at, and she told my that this exact thing existed! So here I am. I guess it's pretty convenient that I am signing up to this website while I am travelling, but I fully intend to open up my home (when I have one again) to dirty (possibly stinky) broke travellers like myself!
None yet on this network! My best couch surfing experience happened while I was travelling with a band who had just stayed at my place. We got to their hometown of Providence, Rhode Island, and they led us to their place where we would be staying. We arrived at this old run down apparently uninhabited building, walked up several flights of steps in pitch black, the staircase covered in graffiti and filth, up to the top and through a door which led to the most amazing loft I have ever seen. It was crazily architectured, with staircases and landings all over the place, covered in wonderful wonky art. They explained a few things and ended up leaving to do something else that night, leaving us with the run of this loft palace!
climbing to the top of high cliffs, playing in big waves, organic/permaculture farming, dumpster diving, DiY, watching my friend's bands in basements
- dumpster diving
- scuba diving
- rock climbing
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I just went ocean kayaking in hawaii and two huge whales surfaced about 20 feet from me.