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Diversity is beautiful, let's share it!
I'm a university student and i recently finished my undergrad in anthropology. I will eventually continue as a grad student in Victoria BC, but in the meantime, i am living in my hometown Montréal and working full time in a museum on jewish cultures. I'm very busy on week days, but free during weekends. I also like doing yoga, climbing, and most of all: biking! Could not survive without my vintage rouge Peugeot :)
I speak 4 languages and planing on learning more. I think it allows me to experience different mindsets and worldviews by slowly connecting to the language's poetry and metaphors, reaching to the very diverse richness of its subtleties.
I especially love speaking italian, since I don't get to practice every day so I'm always willing to do it with travellers. It makes me super nostalgic of the 6 months I lived in Salerno.
If you know anything about Native literature, decolonial aesthetic, indigenous women governance, feminisms, we will definitely connect on these topics.
One word: "uncanny" ! when something seems strange, but it's familiar at the same time?
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Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Clearly the best way to travel. Getting to know amazing people
WEST COAST (BC)
ELECTRONIC FOLK MUSIC
love and respect ♡
- music festivals
- dumpster diving
- folk music
Music, Movies, and Books
Bonobo, Nicolas Jaar, Patrick Watson, Jean Leloup, The Knife, folk music
Books: La Vie Devant Soi from Romain Gary and of course On the Road of Jack Kerouac
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Doing an exchange semester in Salerno, Italy. Come mi manca... sopratutto il napoletano :) e la costa amalfitana.
Living one month in Tocagon, a remote village in the highlands of Ecuador with a Quechua family. Wow, I learned how to live with a totally different conception of time... Great memories.
Going to different quebec folk shows and festivals with friends.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Bolivia, Canada, Czech Republic, Ecuador, France, Italy, Morocco, Peru, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In