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My interest is in the future because it's there where I'm gonna spend the rest of my life.
I had only great experiences so far, and I don't think it's different with other couchsurfers. As long as you have the spirit, Couchsurfing does work.
In fact it's a matter of feeling. If you are being hosted you must figure out which are the limits of your host and follow the house's rules. If you are the host, you must realize that your guest is, well, your guest and you're supposed to treat him as such. If both (host and guest) find themselves in this balance, the result can be no other than a positive reference in the end.
I've been hosted several times in Europe and now I want to give it back, so you came to the right profile. I offer you my couch in return for your visit! Deal?
I believe we can create a better world, each couch at a time.
CouchSurfing is not about the furniture, not just about finding free accommodations around the world; it's about making connections worldwide. We make the world a better place by opening our homes, our hearts, and our lives. We open our minds and welcome the knowledge that cultural exchange makes available. We create deep and meaningful connections that cross oceans, continents and cultures. CouchSurfing wants to change not only the way we travel, but how we relate to the world!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Rossana and Nacho (in Montevideo)
Jeff (in Amsterdan)
Arthur (in Berlin)
Stepan (in Prague)
Milena (in Nurenberg)
Tobi (in Munich)
Melanie (in Zurich)
Jakob (in Milan)
Massimo (in Milan)
Tiziano (in Padova)
Mattia (in Mantova)
Massimo (in Venice)
Giampaolo (in Bologna)
Teresa (in Arezzo)
Fabrizio (in Rome)
- IT systems
- Softwares & hardwares
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I've backpacked from Rome to Amsterdam only using Couchsurfing :)
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Paraguay, Switzerland, Venezuela
Countries I’ve Lived In