Pecs, Baranya, Hungary
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To become a good friend of YOURS & to complete El Camino de Santiago (Saint James Way: 760 km) ON FOOT - hell YES! :D
...the power of languages (especially that of the English language) always makes me amazed....Have you realized that the more languages you speak, the more open the world gets?? It enables you to communicate with people from different cultures and this is what really counts - the possiblity to actually become good friends!! I always wonder how much "poorer" i would be if i spoke only Hungarian...
My friends are very important to me and i always try to stay in contact with them. What i don't like is when people say 'let's keep in touch' just out of courtesy or habit then they just disappear completely so please don't say it unless you really mean it!
All right, i realize that what i've written about myself so far makes me seem a bit too serious...compared to what i really am :-)))...anyway, some more info about me: - am definitely passionate about travelling (prefer visiting different cities in the same country to visiting only capitals) - when i'm travelling by car/bus/train to some new places i always try to keep myself awake no matter how tired i am so that i wouldn't miss anything :-))) - i collect postcards - you are more than welcome to contribute!!!! :-P - during traveling i love getting up with the sun, hit the city and just walk randomly without using maps :-)) (so don't you ever ask me about how to get to a certain spot - i don't GO to places, i just accidently end up there :-))) what i also love: volunteering (currently i'm a voluntary translator for greenpeace), free hugging, LAUGHING :-)))))), TRYing to cook with other lousy cooks :-)))), listening to folk music of the country i'm visiting, watching Jeff Dunham videos on youtube :-)))) (my favourite character is Peanut :-))...okey, describing myself is just taking forever :-))) so let's just meet and you can find out more about me!
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Smile at the world and the world smiles back!
Every minute that you spend upset is a minute of happiness that you'll never get back!
And most importantly:
"... I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted, and every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made plain, and the crooked places will be made straight..." Martin Luther King
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
- showing travellers around - organizing meetings - attending meetings - and surfing of course :-)))
I've hosted so far: - Joan, Albert and Gerard from Sabadell, Catalunya, SPAIN - most of the Budapest group when they were here for the invasion :-))) - Eze from Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires City, ARGENTINA - Ehab from Al Haram, Al Jizah, EGYPT - Jakob from Brunico, Trentino-Alto Adige, ITALY - Mia from Reykjavik, Capital Region, ICELAND - Joanne from Leicester, England, UK - Aimo from Espoo, Etela-Suomen Laani, FINLAND - Carlos from Karlsruhe, Baden-Wuerttemberg, GERMANY - Aviva from Punta Umbria, Andalucia, SPAIN - Fabrizio from Perugia, Umbria, ITALY - Laura from Castro Valley, California, USA (ATM: Saint-Paul, Reunion, REUNION) ------------------ Have been hosted by: ANGELA83 (Budapest, Hungary) Alireza (Budapest,Hungary) David Piller (Budapest,Hungary) Tibi Ferencz (Eger,Hungary) Marcel Schwarz (Vienna, Austria) Stefano Fontana (Valdagno, Italy) Alessio Re (Milan, Italy) KRISSTAR (Budapest, Hungary) Mariann Lévai (Budapest, Hungary) György George Szy (Budapest, Hungary) Mimmo Panza (Milan, Italy) Andrea D'Ippolito (near Rome, Italy) Jan Kopkas (Brno, Czech Republic) Vitezslav Kaspar (Prague, Czech Republic) Olivier Menard + his flatmates: Philippe Schaer, Maxime Hurdequint, Antony Martz (Strasbourg, France) Anaelle Viard-Crétat (Lyon, France) Carlos Fernandez (Barcelona, Spain) Niki Gere (Budapest, Hungary) Krisztián Tóth (Budapest, Hungary) Roman Steiner (Vienna, Austria)
---------------------------------- Have been shown around by: ANNADINA (in Bergamo, Italy) Federico Anfossi (in Pavia, Italy) Andras Foldvari (in Budapest, Hungary) Adam Marot (in Budapest, Hungary) ---------------------------------- Meetings: - Budapest (Hungary): Dec, 2007; Jan, March (2008) - Eger Invasion(Eger, Hungary): 8-9 Feb, 2008 - Italian Invasion (Bratislava, Slovakia): 9-10 Feb, 2008 - Canoeing tour on Hévizi brook organized by me http://www.couchsurfing.com/meetings.html?mid=6869(Hévíz/Balatonmáriafürdő, Hungary): 23-24 Feb, 2008 - Stammtisch (Vienna, Austria): 8-9 March, 2008 - Pécs invasion co-organized by me http://www.couchsurfing.com/meetings.html?mid=7737(Pécs, Hungary): 14-16 March, 2008 - International day of Free Hugs and Pillowfight (Budapest, Hungary): 22 March, 2008 - Spanish counter-invasion (Milan, Italy): 6 April, 2008 - Sightseeing weekend with old and new friends in Budapest co-organized by me (http://www.couchsurfing.com/meetings.html?mid=10088): 18-20 April, 2008 - Hiking in Visegrád (Hungary): 26 April, 2008 - Tatar-Persian double birthday at the mythical continent of MU (Budapest, Hungary): 16-17 May 2008 - Aperitivo @ La Hora Feliz (Milan, Italy): 1 June, 2008 - CS trip to Como (Como, Italy): 2 June, 2008 - Aperitivo all'Art Factory (Milan, Italy): 5 June, 2008 - MIAMI music festival (MIlan, Italy): 6-8 June, 2008 (http://www.couchsurfing.com/group_read.html?gid=3625&post=1078022) - Aperitivo at Banghra (Milan, Italy) 8 June, 2008 (http://www.couchsurfing.com/group_read.html?gid=3625&post=1110007) - Aperitivo and football match watching (Milan, Italy) 9 June, 2008 (http://www.couchsurfing.com/group_read.html?gid=3625&post=1112429) - International CS day (Milan, Italy) 12 June, 2008 (http://www.couchsurfing.com/meetings.html?mid=12483) - PAR TOT parade (Bologna, Italy) 21 June, 2008 (http://www.couchsurfing.com/meetings.html?mid=11721) - Folk fest in Galiga (near Florence, Italy) 29-30 June, 2008 (http://www.couchsurfing.com/meetings.html?mid=11116) - Rome Summer Camp (Pescosolido, Italy) 30 July - 3 August (http://www.couchsurfing.com/meetings.html?mid=10309) - Festival of Lights (Lyon, France) 5-7 December, 2008 ( http://www.couchsurfing.com/meetings.html?mid=14951 ) - Barcelona International Gathering (Barcelona, Spain) 3-5 July, 2009 ( http://www.couchsurfing.org/meetings.html?mid=19346 ) - Budapest Winter Camp (co-organizer/volunteer) (Budapest, Hungary) 28 December '09 - 3 January '10 http://www.couchsurfing.org/meetings.html?mid=39321 - Vienna Calling (volunteer) (Vienna, Austria) 2-7 June, 2010 http://www.couchsurfing.org/meetings.html?mid=37333
e.g. architecture, fine arts, writing systems other than Latin, linguistics, folk music & dances just to mention a couple of my many interests
doing sports: CAPOEIRA (Brasil), VOLLEYBALL, SKIING, KAYAKING, CANOEING, horseback riding, cycling, tennis, badminton, table-football/tennis, hiking, swimming, dancing...
watching sports: basketball, football...
still want to try: zumba, surfing, windsurfing, rafting, diving, wall-climbing, sailing, snowboarding and i want to learn how to ice-skate and play baseball :-))) ...and a lot of other things actually so i might up-date this section later :-))
Movies: i really enjoy movies that are partly fiction but are based on historical facts e.g. The Da Vinci Code, National Treasure and comedies e.g.: Pirates Of The Carebbean...but in general i watch every type of movie
Music: uhm...my taste in one word??? :-)) ECLECTIC :-)) e.g.: Foo Fighters, Fall out boy, Good Charlotte, Green Day, The Killers, +44, Blink 182, Irish rock, Snow Patrol, James Blunt, Jann Tiersen...
Books: uhm it's even harder since i'm an English major...it means that i'm SUPPOSED to read most of the major books/poems written by American/British/Irish writers/poets...i DO like reading so i'm trying my best to read all the compulsory readings and of course i read also for pleasure :-))
All my travels have been amazing so far :-)) Check out my travel blogs at: http://www.travbuddy.com/viaggiatrice
Teach: pff...i don't consider myself an expert in anything (it doesn't mean i'm stupid :))...well...hope so :-))..okey okey i was just trying to be modest :-)) So if you think i have more knowledge about sg than you do then i can share it with you :-))
Learn: i'm an open and curious person so i would love to learn anything that you can teach me :-))
Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, United Kingdom
Hungary, Italy, United Kingdom
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