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I am Luana, living in Cologne for cultural anthropology and linguistics studies but I actually come from France (Lyon)
I am a very open-minded person, I'm always laughing and talking. I like to hear about stories and to tell stories and share experiences I have made. Love to meet people who have a different kind of life than mine.
I have much energy. Don't be scared ;)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
To be able to travel, to meet different people, to host →→→ and to share !
Learning about many different cultures
playing and listening to (live) music
going out, meet people
Share time with friends
TRAVEL (like every kind of travel from a bus ride from Cologne to Germany, to spending one month in Cuba)
+ C.A.P.O.E.I.R.A, which I would be happy to share with you:)
Music, Movies, and Books
swing- gypsy blues/swing - balkan music- blues- jazz- soul- funk- reaggae- rock/alternative - rock'n'roll music.
I love music, I sing and play the guitar
Films : La haine - Into the wild - Mommy - Laurence anyways - La tête haute ...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
So many things that I have felt like "extraordinary" for example asking someone at the beach where to sleep and beeing invited to spend 3 nights in his caravane with my friend with view on the beach and sharing meal and stories.
Playing during one week every night with a couple of great kids in Cuba, Baracoa
But also in the everyday life on the street, meeting street artists and going for a coffee to share and inviting mexican couple to my place so they won't be sleeping at the airport etc.
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach you some french and some german ! and bit of guitar maybe :-)
+ The POSITIVE attitude
What I Can Share with Hosts
I can offer you a song if you can lend me a guitar it would be even better. I can offer a big smile :-) and chocolate. (but I mostly I offer a cactus! )
Countries I’ve Visited
Cuba, England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain
Countries I’ve Lived In