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  • 31 References 22 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English, Spanish; learning Portuguese
  • 29, Male
  • Member since 2009
  • Public accountant/Business Administration
  • University
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About Me


Help and meet people..... ;)


I try to enjoy every minute of my life, sharing with my family and friends, also practicing some sports, football specially, and dancing. I think I'm not the best with jokes, but I'll try to make people laugh. About my country; I love it! Delicious food, nice weather, landscapes and friendliest people ever!


Generally, learn about every experience, each person and culture. For me enjoying is disscusing and asking about everything. Ideally share with someone who teach me something and who make me laugh!

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


Trying to help people and sharing with them, let them know about my culture and my country. Usually I like to talk about everything; Sports, music, soccer, movies, books, history, whatever. Not too much about religion or astronomy... :S Also, I was forgetting that sports, studies and party are important in my life.. ;)


It's all about sharing experiences through other cultures and people.


Play soccer, and practice all sports generally. Talk with friends, laugh, learn other languages, learn new things everyday, basically enjoy life!

Music, Movies, and Books

Life is beautiful, Unglorious bastards, Blood diamond, Edith Piaf, Ray Charles, Lot like love, One day....
Crossover music but more salsa as a good Colombian, some rock and reggae.

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

When I was in Santa Marta with my family and friends, we went to Palomino (Colombian north coast). There, we walked up the mountain, around to palomino's river. During the way up to the mountain, we had to carry up truck tires. We walked around 3 hours and then we jumped to the river using the tires, which took us down through the river with waterfalls (small ones). The landscape, jungle, animals, Indians from the region, everything was amazing. Finally, we arrived to the union between palomino's river and the atlantic sea..... You can't go really far because is dangerous. Something you have to do definitely if you are going to the North Colombian coast.

Teach, Learn, Share

Colombia, Countries, cultures,languages,experiences, dancing, love, laugh, sports.

Countries I’ve Visited

Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru, United States, Venezuela

Countries I’ve Lived In

Colombia, United States

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