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Exploring new horizonts
Hey everyone! If you are reading this, this is no way to meet a person :-) Anyway I will try to sum up some of my "highlights". I consider myself a very open, talkative person. I have travelled a lot and I love travelling. I also enjoy meeting new people from different countries and cultures :-)
I just try to be happy -as everyone I guess- My way to do it is by enjoying with others, going out, living new experiences and trying to learn from them.
I am really not materialistic. Superficial is not my adjetive. I like to spend my money on having fun with my friends or travelling.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
When I have time I like to host people. It is much better than doing whatever you do everyday. I like showing people nice places, practising my language skills and knowing interesting people from other countries and cultures.
I have done it so many times that I can't remember. Nices stories, great experiences and a lot of friends worldwide on the way. Everyone was so open and friendly, I never had a bad experience :-)
Music, Cinema, Martial arts, Languages, Computing Science, Sports, Partying (dancing), Travelling, Pets, Babies (but just for a short time), Cooking (despite I am really bad at it), table games...
- martial arts
Music, Movies, and Books
I like the music. I learned to play violin and piano since I was 8. Anyway, I like almost all kind of music. I also like the cinema. Here are some of my favourites:
Big fish, Gladiator, Primal Fear, The butterfly effect, stranger than fiction, matrix...
I also like sports. Football is my pasion [more playing than watching]. I have also tryied: judo, swimming, pingpong, Aikido, Capoeira and basketball.
I am not really into books.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Well I tried a lot of things (some of them can't be mentioned :-P) The last one was to ice-skate in a not-really-frozen lake in Berlin. Maybe it was not so amazing... (but pretty dangerous at least) Well, another time I was about to be crashed by a huge boat when I was trying to cross a long distance by swimming...
Teach, Learn, Share
I am studying software engineeiring. The problem is that I am not that pasionate as most of the geeks there. Sometimes I think I took the wrong studies, but now I am happy to see how useful SW-developers are.
By the way, a lot of people visit Seville with few knowledge of it. Here I add a short video with the main highlights of the city: