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It's a strange thing to love your job.
Perché sono iscritto su Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I used to try and organise strange little things, like dinner parties and running activties.
Now I wanna strip things back. Would much rather hang out with 3 people than 30, so i guess the gathering days are over.
Obviosuly: cooking big f+ck off feasts, sharing music and stories hearin 'bout travel adventures, long nights of rockin out, photography.
But, more importantly:
bikeriding in heavy traffic
collecting icecubes from hell.
but to put it simply, sweat. i'm interested in sweat and anything involving it.
Musica, film e libri
film (directors): amongst others: Rolf de Heer Daid Lynch; Werner Herzog, Wes Anderson; Takeshi Kitano; Gaspar Noe;
Music: oh jeez......anything from Detroit, most thins with an African influence (esp. Nigerian...good ol' Fela), Brian Eno...oh man this list is too long to get started
Books: Murakami. And others, but mainly Murakami. David Wong is one of the very few authors that can make me laugh.
Una cosa incredibile che ho fatto
i accidentally once urinated on my own head.
i climbed trees with children and got outdanced by grandmas in guinea.
i've been privy to the inner secrets of many souls, and i thank them for that.
but i would be lying if i didn't say that most of this pales in comparison to being in Africa for six months. I won't get started on that one...
Insegna, impara, condividi
That job I mentioned earlier? It's as a teacher, mainly of English. I love it, mainly because my students always teach me. As in life, I love being wrong.
Cosa posso offrire ai padroni di casa
Food, beer, stories about my own stupidity.... and so on
Paesi che ho visitato
Burkina Faso, Canada, Croatia, Côte d'Ivoire, Denmark, Germany, Ghana, Guinea, Hungary, Ireland, Japan, Mali, Netherlands, Serbia, Sweden, Switzerland, Togo, United Kingdom, United States
Paesi in cui ho vissuto