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I'm Larissa, a 18-year old girl from The Netherlands.
Born and raised in The Hague.
I lived in Madrid from October 2016 till the beginning of August 2017 for a voluntary project. I was helping young girls with their English homework and I gave them intercultural workshops. In my leisure time I did a lot of sightseeing, partying and of course I tried to learn some Spanish ;). Now that I'm back in The Netherlands I work in a restaurant and lunchroom for gaining experience in the hospitality business. Next year I hope to study International Hotel Management in Breda, The Netherlands. In the mean time I am planning a 2-months backpacking trip through Africa and maybe work some months abroad after that.
I don't have time to host people on the moment, but feel free to send me a text for meeting up! There is always time for a drink or to show you my beautiful city.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I like to meet people from all over the world with different stories. I'm interested in different cultures, languages and habits. I believe you can learn the most from other people and experiences.
Also I like to get to know a place by visiting spots which are recommended by locals. So you can always send me a message if you want tips about The Hague.
- outdoor adventures
Music, Movies, and Books
Favorite Music: Hardstyle, R&B, Hiphop, Pop and many more.
Favorite Movies: Shutter Island, The Hunger games, Fast & Furious.
Favorite Books: The girl on the train, The dangerous game.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
- European Voluntary Service in Madrid.
- Ziplining in Toledo.
- Visiting festivals like: Mysteryland and Latinvillage.
Teach, Learn, Share
I can learn you things about the Netherlands, about voluntary work (Erasmus +) and I can share with you my travel stories and experiences.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Turkey
Countries I’ve Lived In