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Hey mates! My name is Carlos and I'm from Guayaquil-Ecuador!. Im an easy going dude, who enjoys good english indie music, teaching, travelling, tennis, surfing, talk about dentistry and hang out by the beach.
Im about to start a graduate dental program at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor next year (July 2014). In the meantime, I will be in Ecuador with the possibility of travelling to nearby countries. I have a lot of experience traveling around South America and Ecuador so don't hesitate to inquired tips.
"Life, Love, & Laughter" D.F.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Helping ppl on the posts, attending meetings, catching up for drinks and used to host ppl in my beach house
A very good friend from England told me about CS years ago but thought it was another Facebook, big mistake!. Years later, met a cs group at a hostel in Quito and made me research this site again. Since then id been helping ppl answering their post messages and hosting at my beach house in Ecuador. Ecuador, NYC and Chicago are awesome places to live the CS experience!
Travelling + Dentistry+ MUSIC
Music, Movies, and Books
Music: Anything with a good beat. My ipod has music from all over the world. I enjoy mostly british INDIE and funk music. Movies: Tons of them, Man on fire its one of my favorites.Books: Cien años de soledad/One hundred years of solicitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
having lunch at The Salt Flats of Uyuni, crossing The Andes at the Chilean/Argentian border during autumm, walking through Isla del Sol in Titikaka Lake, wandering at Macchu Picchu Inca Ruins, sandboarding in Huacacchina Oasis, chilling at the Potosi Mines, Cycling down the most dangerous route in the world in Coroico, Bolivia.
Teach, Learn, Share
Every single couchsurfer id hosted had something new to share.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Peru, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In