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Master my Korean Language skill, Travel around Indonesia and brag about it to the world, Travel around the world and learn the language of the Universe!
I enjoy sitting around with a cup of coffee or beer on the table, for hours, with friends. I laugh loudly and a lot. I can feel bounded to someone who I just met, and the next time we become family, or sort of.
No matter how hard I fought it, I have a phobia towards Caterpillar, leeches, worms, or anything boneless, shapeless, and itchy.
I hate to call myself an ambitious, but hell, I'm sort of one. I always knew what I wanted and simply never stop till I got it. Eventually.
Good deeds will eventually return to you. Be good and someday you'll get a helping hand when you most need it, even from random strangers, because humans are not good nor bad, they are just humans.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I read about CS in a magazine. I'm a limited-budget type of traveler, so the idea of free host/home stay during the trip is just amazing.
And, I welcome any CS members who are coming anywhere near where I live to contact me. If I can't provide a shelter, at least I can serve a cup of coffee and a warm hand of a friend... :)
None so far... hope to have a great one soon.. :)
novels, movies, music, dance, clubbing, coffee, learning foreign languages, cooking, trying out new food, making friends, music concerts, cultural experiences, and hundreds other that I can't think of now..
Music, Movies, and Books
I read Paulo Coelho's books, listen to Busker Busker cheers me up in the morning, I can also listen to musics which language I don't understand. I watch any movies that have no ghosts in it or superheroes in tight silly costumes.. but I actually like Spiderman. Weird enough~
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Went on an on-bike touring for 2 weeks (Java-Bali) with 10 thug looking men and ended up calling them all brothers.
Teach, Learn, Share
I have met some people who came to a new place unprepared to be in touch with differences. They weren't only loosing the moments but also loosing themselves in it.
New places mean new traditions, new rules, new ways, and new experience to get and share. Open up and enjoy, you'll find yourself wiser, by the end of the trip. :)