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I enjoy traveling, watching people, places and imagine their stories, share them.
I need to use my hands and move my body. I love playing tennis, I practice tai chi, I go walking and ride my bike, but calmly. I live in an apartment for about three years and I like to furnish it with imagination and recycled objects.
I am fascinated by Eastern philosophy, especially traditional Chinese medicine.
I have two daughters (20 and 17).
I haven't hosted yet, but I'm going to do it.
This is my first trip outside of Italy, alone, completely alone. I would like to try the experience of couch surfing, because I am sure that traveling without meeting people is not really traveling.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
meet new people
listen to music
chinese traditional medicine
Music, Movies, and Books
I listen to music of all kinds, or almost. I like blues, reggae, pop, rock, jazz too but with moderation.
I love non-commercial films as "Das Leben der Anderen" (Le vite degli altri), but also "Le cochon de Gaza" (Un insolito naufrago nell'inquieto mare d'Oriente) and Ozpetec's movies.
Writers: Faletti, Ammaniti, Mazzantini, Marquez, Allende, Rumiz, Honrby, Doyle, ...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
my two doughters
Teach, Learn, Share
I could teach you a little of Tai Chi, some italian dishes and Italian language.
I would like to practice my English and to learn it better.
I could share my house, my time, my experiences and what I know, if you like.
What I Can Share with Hosts
It depends on when you come.
In summer I don't work, so, if you want, I can show what I know of my "land".
When I work I can share with you my evenings. You can use my kitchen and I'd like to cook with you and sometimes also for you.
In my flat there is a couch in a public room, but, if my daughters are out, you can use one of their rooms.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Croatia, England, France, Greece, Hungary, Netherlands, Scotland, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland
Countries I’ve Lived In