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please read my at home section before sending a request; and don't worry about a copy-paste-message - you have better things to do on your travels than going through all of my profile :) just please make it a nice one!
Currently I'm studying Social Work /Social Services (likely it's called something like that in your language), so I basically like people, which means I'll probably also like you.
A not complete list of other interests: psychology, hitchhiking, bikepacking, sports (mainly Jugger and individual sports like swimming, yoga, climbing...), theater (playing and watching), political activism, anarchism, intersectional feminism, alternative forms of living and loving, tattoos, biology/chemistry, writing and poetry, permaculture, veganism,...
I'm more or less involved in these things, just to give you some keywords of things that keep me busy :)
I'm a quite easy-going person, sociable and talkative, but I can also be a good listener; I would consider myself an extroverted introvert :D
I'm not much into clubbing or partying, but I love cooking with people, hanging out in streets with beer/wine/lemonade and visiting cultural events together. If any of that speaks to you, we'll have a good time for sure :)
In general I value quality time with people or myself - that may be a deep conversation, a good cup of cappuccino or a hike in nature. Not much into small-talking and superficial interactions - so I'll happily lend you my ears to listen to your passions, upcoming decisions or whatever keeps your mind busy.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Because it's a beautiful way to exchange ideas, share time and create connections between people.
Music, Movies, and Books
music: rock, punk, ska, indie-pop, folk, jazz... I mainly listen to small bands, so naming them will probably not help to describe my taste in music.
Especially live-music catches me, the genre doesn't even matter that much. I just love concerts and dancing.
I don't watch a lot of movies, but I like theater a lot: "Wunderbare Welt Dissozia" was super impressive.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Teach, Learn, Share
Skills/ things I can share:
- sour-dough-skills (finally learned to bake bread this year and it's actually good!)
- some basics of playing Ukulele and guitar (but really super basic)
- my language skills (German and some nice expressions in Italian)
- how to open walnuts with a knife!
- all I have with me :)
What I Can Share with Hosts
I always have some snacks with me, if they fall out of my pockets they're free-food, you know?
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Mexico, Netherlands, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland
Countries I’ve Lived In