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see. learn, share and experience
The way to go. I prefere to have good converstaion but still I can write a little bit:
My history so far:
Got born and grew up with awesome parents and a very cool brother and sister. Because I was to late to go abroad after highscool I was volunteering at an anthroposophic school for handicapped children. Not too bad, I really like the people I've met there!
I also discovered my ability to learn so decided to study and I am since trying to make the world a bit better.
Besides that life offers much more than a 40 hours a week full time employment.
I like to meet, cook, talk or just having fun while i also like to discuss todays challanges or having interesting conversations any kind of.
Maybe I am a bit more crazy that usual people are.
Sometimes it is funny, i keep enjoying.
I love music, there is too much good stuff out there...
It's is better to suffer from failed attempt, than to suffer from something failed without having a try.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
My idea of couchsurfin is to meet people worldwide and come easily in contact with locals from your destination. Also to support each other via this community. I hope to install also a couch for couchsurfer in my city when i come back, but before i would like to gain experiences.
Update: I installed a couch in Lyttelton!
In Jordan I joint a CS-meeting which was quite nice. Also some interesting people there. Some friends do also a lot of couchsurfin and travel around. I like the idea to enable people to stay with me like my firnds are looking for people while traveling. I think this is a good possibility to meet people from other countries and to benefit from each other.
gardening, hiking, nature, snorkeling, music, friends, wine and good food, sustainabile ways of living, community involvement,
Music, Movies, and Books
too many. I really liked "Into the wild" and Eddie Vedder music but there are so many more, less sad...Unfortunately i always need alot of time to finish a book. Last one was " A short history of nearly everything" from bill bryson, i also like Frank Schaetzing, right now i read "Siddhartha" from Hermann Hesse, if i have time to read...Yes I finished that! Now I am reading a funny vovel from two british travelling in India. And Homofarber.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Sell all my stuff including my surfboard, just take this journey.
Teach, Learn, Share
I could teach german but would like to learn frensh or spanish or norwegian! I can show you some cooking, baking and talk about sciences and sustainability issues. Also about Lyttelton!
I could also tell very well how to reduce your carbon footprint or ecological footprint, and if you like to you can tell me as well...Besides I can tell about our 2 month stay in the Philippines which was really unique. But also about GERMANY. Exciting place <3
Countries I’ve Visited
Czech Republic, France, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Palestine, Philippines, Singapore, Spain, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In
Jordan, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore