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Luciano Magoulas

Guelph/Eramosa, Ontario, Canada

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Overview

  • 6 Positive References
  • No languages listed
  • 29, Male
  • Member since 2007
  • En la hamaka
  • is important.
  • No hometown listed
  • Profile 65% complete

About Me

CURRENT MISSION

To be the luckiest man in the universe.. So far I ain't doing too good.

ABOUT ME

you tell me..... I can best be described as bubble boy.... I dont get out much... but when i do.... everything is awesome...1

PHILOSOPHY

ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE
TODO ES POSSIBLE.

Why I'm on Couchsurfing

HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I use it to meet people. Network with different minds, vast ideas. Change lives, maybe change my own. I really would like to meet good, young at heart human beings, if I can surf your couch while I'm at it, two birds one stone my friend. So far I have had some very good experiences

COUCHSURFING EXPERIENCE

im a virgin..... i was a virgin.... and then i finally DID IT... IT felt good... now i want to do it again.

Interests

I like to laugh... which lately doesnt happen too often... i also like to travel with funny people... people who make me laugh.

I have so many different interests.. Its a hard question because I don't know where to start, I would imagine it would take me a while to list em all. Luckily I have fewer dreams, although I have many of those too.

I dream of one day to live in a safe place on healthy earth, a home I built with my own two hands(probably a round silo style home with hempcrete walls), solar panels and all that good stuff, a couple Nigerian sheep, some rabbits, chickens, tomatos, some corn, picture a mini round Noah's ark on land. Dreams a bit hazy but its a dream

Music, Movies & Books

All that good stuff

One Amazing Thing I've Done

I was able to learn a little bit of Arabic while I was working in Egypt, which really opened doors to authentic cultural experience. I stayed in Aswan for 7 months working for chump change at a hostel, my "boss" at the time is one of the coolest guys I have ever met, like a big brother I never had. Got to learn some Arabic and met literally thousands of Egyptians

I worked on a farm owned by indigenous Costa Rican family in chirripo. I helped with fence building 4 hours a day, they were very relaxed all the time, I remember drinking a lot of home made chicha (light beer).. In return the wife of the man I was working for fed me like a king, I stayed a month and half.

I worked on the Greek island of Syros for two expat families doing various jobs, my main job was to paint a 1000 year old church, top to bottom. White. The other expat was a British lady about 70-80 years old, very classy lady however she liked to walk around in her undies. Luckily the place I was sleeping was separated from her house. She lived in the middle of nowhere on this island on about 2 acres of land where she had what could be best described as a dog prison. She would round up stray dogs put them in cages about 4 meters by 4 meters because she thought she was doing a good service to the dogs. One day we were in her car and we saw a large "stray" dog she asked me if I would help her load the dog in the back, obviously I refused. I worked 3 hours poopin scoopin and other various task but mainly poopin scoopin she gave me Lil food and place to crash 2 months.

A friend and I opened a very small bar directly on the beach in Canoa Ecuador, although it wasn't always profitable, it was an awesome experience, alot of free drinks on my part. After 8 months of "working" I had 150 dollars to show for it and a beer belly.

Working abroad is an amazing experience. The feeling of knowing that I didn't have to use that f@#$ing machine at the banks for a month is a good feeling. Meeting and working with new people and potential bosses has always been an interesting experience and ultimately would like to have more

Teach, Learn, Share

A couple words here and there....
Tien Len... a mean card game....
shwia shwia arabia...
im more of a learner....

What I Can Share With Hosts

That's a good question.. You name it. I will do my best. If I can do something for you in return of letting me save some money and much more importantly get to know you and your family and friends , let me know and I will do what I can do..

In the past I have offered many unique services. At Nino's place, on my last day I bought different bottle of liquor and made some cocktails daiquiris and caiparenias I belive

Countries I've Visited

Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egypt, Greece, India, Italy, Jordan, Morocco, Netherlands Antilles, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Spain

Countries I've Lived In

Canada

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