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what can i say? i like keeping everything simple that can be kept simple. there is little to nothing of any material value to me. i dont believe in superficiality, greed and jealousy. i genuinely believe in the art of contentment.
my perfect evening consists of a few lovely people, a lot of wine, a lot of food, a lot of love. woop woop.
also, i LOVE to cook (and EAT). yes, sir!
find what you love and let it kill you.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
i love meeting people, its really as simple as that. i like this community. ive only had good experiences, i find it easy to get to know people on this platform especially on couchsurfing meetups. when i travel, i want to be a part of that culture even if it is just for two days. i want to know the secrets, intricacies, the details, the weird stuff, the awesome stuff, the stuff lonely planet doesn't tell you because it doesn't know. hostels, hotels, touristy areas, restaurants...it gives me nothing. its like floating on the surface of an enormous ocean that, if only you're willing to dive in a bit, will reveal its most fascinating reality.
music. art. books. places I have never been or want to visit again. society. culture. languages. I think it's easier to describe what I'm not interested in, that being: football, cars, money. also, I want to learn every language and meet as many beautiful human beings every day for the rest of my life.
Music, Movies, and Books
indierock, alternative rock, electronic music, german indie
jonathan safran foer
Teach, Learn, Share
that want i want to teach, learn and share at the same time.
how naive and juvenile.
i understand life is hard, complicated, a roller coaster.
im conscious of its many bending roads and meandering rivers and maybe thats why i love it. hell, i dont know. i fall in love every day with all the smiles, the kindness, the hearts. these are worth focusing on. i cant really "teach" anything in the conventional sense but hey, a long conversation over 4 bottles of wine can sometimes be more inspiring than half of your university career.
Countries I’ve Visited
Australia, Belgium, Cambodia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Greece, Hungary, Laos, Malaysia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Thailand, United Kingdom, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In
Australia, Egypt, Germany, Spain