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visit the world, to overcome prejudices, gather impressions and gain experience
I' m living and studing in Bochum in Germany.
you are really free, when you have nothing to lose.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
The first one was in Växjo (Sweden). It was very great to go out at night with the girl and her friends. We talk, drink and laugh o lot.
My second experience I had in Foz do Iguacu (Brazil) with a very very friendly familie, who made as feel like a part of their family.
and then I made so much great experiences in the north of Brazil!
Things that I like to do:
- take pictures of the nature and to edit them
- enjoing cultural events with friends
- cooking, backing and other experiments in the kitchen
- sewing, do handicrafts, draw
- reading books and magazins
- listen to new music, especially music in other languages
- discussions and vine to reconsider views
Music, Movies, and Books
Films that I have liked most, were mindfuck films or thriller like: Inception, lucky number slevin, Secret Window, fight club...
I also like german indepentend films: Auf der anderen Seite, die Welle, die fetten Jahre sind vorbei, soul kitchen, Elementarteilchen, Sommer vorm Balkon, Herr Lehmann, Good Bye Lenin...
Oh, music...I like music sooo much, because of this I have problems with the memory of my mp3 Player everytime...I need more memory... :(
My favourite bands: Wir sind Helden, Foo Fighters, Peter Fox, Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Kasabian, Die Toten Hosen, Nirvana...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I appreciate the smale moments in everyday sitution: Wind playing with the leaves, a good coffee, a message of a friend, laughing till everthing pains, when the sun is shining, seeing a butterfly
Teach, Learn, Share
tongue twister in german or english :)
Apfelstrudel, a germany dessert which is ready delicious!!!
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Sweden, Turkey, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In