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To be amazed by the simple things.
I'm currently studying Art History and planning a solo trip around Europe in April-May 2013. There's no place in the world I don't want to go to, but I had to decide where to go first. Since art and architecture are two of my passions, I thought Europe would be a good place for me to start.
I've never traveled on my own before, so it will be a challenge. But I know I can do it and that it will be a fantastic experience of growth and self-discovery, in amazing places full of great and interesting people.
I want to learn a bit of everything and see the world as much as possible, through its people and its places.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I'm new at Couchsurfing so I don't have any experience yet. But I'm eager to meet new people from all parts of the world and share our ideas and experiences!
I love art in all its forms. Seeing, listening or experiencing the work of others is a never ending source of inspiration and it helps me to understand the world a bit more.
I like taking photographs of the places that I visit or the little things that catch my attention on the way.
Other things that fill my days are reading, walking, exploring, learning, being in touch with nature and cooking.
- art history
Music, Movies, and Books
Films: Little Miss Sunshine, Lars and the Real Girl, Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, Modern Times, American Beauty, Easy A, Mulan, Léon, Detachment, Le Havre, Before Sunrise, Lost in Translation.
Books: Tokio Blues, 1984, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre, A Song of Ice and Fire, El Nombre de la Rosa, 100 Años de Soledad, La Casa de los Espíritus.
Music: Pretty much everything, I'm always interested in discovering and listening to new artists.
Teach, Learn, Share
I love sharing what I know and think about Argentina, and I love learning about other people and their cultures. I can show the city around and teach some Spanish to travelers in Buenos Aires. I can also teach how to cook some of the local dishes and other things too.
I think the best way to know a place is by its people so exchanging and sharing are the most important things for me when it comes to traveling.