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Think about mysteries of life, to discover the truth that lies beneath everything.
I'm weird, that's all you need to know.
I'm a young architect. Since I was very little i wanted to be an architect. Now that I'm in the process, looking back makes me feel that I'm living my dream.
We colombians are very regionalistic people, but the issue here is that I come from a "crossbred" family and I'm very proud of it, hence I don't speak costeño but neither paisa, I've got a weird neutral, like most things in my life. I won't sing you a vallenato but I can explain all the poetry behind the vallenato culture.
You may find me cold and not very outspoken at the beginning but don't worry, I'm incredibly happy, almost all the time.
1. The truth as much as it is possible
2. The things as more convenient as possible.
3. The things are to be judged by yourself.
4. The best is what always happens.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I lived one year in Italy and was lucky enough to meet Simona, she explained me all about couch surfing, and now I always check it out every time I travel.
Photography, painting (oil and canvas), history, languages, art, architecture, design, cooking (I try my best), the world is so big and beautiful, everything is interesting!
Music, Movies, and Books
Indie rock, jazz, I know a bit of colombian folk music but is not my favorite. Books of all types, movies... Almost all kinds.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Once with my thesis mates we climbed a little mount with some kids of a town called Guane in Colombia, so we would reach a wooden white cross that you can see from the town's main square. The landscape was beautiful and the moment was awesome.
Teach, Learn, Share
I've been said that i'm like a little wikipedia, and I can tell things with crude or soft tone. I'm interested in everything, particularly what is hidden and unsolved.
What I Can Share with Hosts
I can cook you a traditional arepa colombiana if given the right ingredients, but an arroz de pollo may take a bit more time (only done it twice with different but good results)
Of course, I can share my time, a long chat with a cup of tea, a night of drinks and dancing, an afternoon of bike rides...
Countries I’ve Visited
Colombia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In