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on the road,meet some people,enjoy!
Addicted to travel!
I started to travel in India in 2003 just for 1 month,and since that first experience,i became a backpacker almost half of the year,specially in Asia.
I love photography too,also when i'm travelling,i like to share and capture the Asian Lifestyle.
I like to understand the way of life of the people i meet,often times the simplest are often the best!
When i'm in my hometown,i work a lot(in order to travel),then,spending time with my friend over a drink,is what i prefer!
Don't waste your time,enjoy now!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I'm new in couchsurfing...
I surfed in Hong Kong,Shanghai,Beijing and Philippines,
I've had some amazing experiences!!!
Travel around the world,spend time with friend,street photography,...and i love the food,fine dinner as well as street food!
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies:In the mood for love,2046,Shining,Slumdog millionaire,Snatch,Taxi driver,Reservoir dogs,One flew over the Cuckoo's nest,Trainspotting,Memoirs of a Geisha,Mulholland drive,The life of David Gale,The constant gardener,Lost in translation,The Departed,The killing fields,Cidade de Deus,...Music: Massive attack,Portishead,Al Green,Dj Shadow,Erykha Badu,Kid Loco,Chinese Man,Thievery Corporation,Archive,Janis Joplin,Gramatik,Otis Redding,...Books:all the Hariku Murakami novels,Jack Kerouac "On the road",Amitav Ghosh "The Glass palace",Christophe Ono-dit-Biot "Birmane",Rudyard Kipling "Kim",Sharon Maas "Of marriageable age",Mo Hayder "Tokyo",Charles Duchaussois "Flash",Samina Ali "Madras on rainy days",...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Living in small island of oriental Mindoro(Philippines)with fishermen for 5 days,without power and fresh water!An amazing experience!!
Countries I’ve Visited
Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, England, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Netherlands, Philippines, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In