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A modern world explorer. Originally from Lithuania, but have lived for more than half of my life in places like London, Paris, Brisbane and Melbourne. I also have travelled to over 30 countries - my Tripadvisor map says it is currently equal to 22% of the world and 225, 657 miles travelled. I plan to adding more to these numbers.
These days I am a graphic designer by trade, animal and a good coffee lover. Still working on my philosophy, after all life is for working things out for yourself. But one of the most important things for me is to make meaningful connections and get to know the world through people that I meet. Most of the time, it's the people that make the place memorable, not landmarks.
In my travels I love both getting lost in the city with my camera and getting off the beaten track to visit some beautiful nature spots. It is best if a good day ends with a good dinner and good company to share an interesting conversation with!
I do not smoke, I clean up after myself and I am considerate guest whether it is a couchsurfing experience, or not.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
It's the best way to meet interesting and like-minded souls all over the world and get to know places like a local.
Arts, film, travel, food, coffee, people and their stories.
- graphic design
- track and field
Music, Movies, and Books
Too many good ones to list.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
That One amazing is still to be done. In the meantime, I have held a baby croc, a huge phython (lived with one too!), flown over the Milford Sound and the NZ Southern Alps in a tiny plane, picked blueberries in a tiny most northern island of Norway at 5am in the morning, got completely lost in Tokyo, awestruck at Machu Picchu, ate at the original oldest pizza place in Naples, countless amazing sunsets, passport stamps and of course - people.
What I Can Share with Hosts
A dinner, a bottle wine, a good conversation, and hopefully some laughs!