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I am an easy-going guy. I like traveling and have visited many parts of my country. I like making friends, therefore the subscription to this site.
I'm addicted to everything that is related to international economy and politics, mostly. I love to get in touch with new cultures, to speak other languages (I confess that I have a little preference for English speakers) and meeting people from all over the world.
I guess I'm a very open minded, friendly and cheerful person.
I am a seeker to find meanings in life and the divine in our human experiences, and from each other.
The friends that you have and whose friendship has already put on approval you hook them to your soul with steel hooks.
Shakespeare W.; "Hamlet".
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I would like to help other people to learn my mother language. I've got a vast experience in that field. I really enjoy teaching Spanish! Hope CS can be a great opportunity to do it!
I have not couch surfed yet.
Music, art, reading, history, current affair, economics.
Music, Movies, and Books
indie folk music but I'm open to listen music from everywhere.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
-I joined a reading group in CS to share my writings and participate in discussions of various novels and other compositions of other friends.
-I have organized a gay-friendly meeting on the terrace at my place and then we went to a disco together.
-I have had 6 people from different countries speaking different languages in my former home where I had several rooms to offer.
Teach, Learn, Share
I'd like to take advantage of everything that CS could offer me. I always appreciate the main idea of this social net. The most important stuff is to trust someone that you don't know personally yet but you feel sure you'll have a great experience getting to know him/her.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In