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Live like a saint
Little bit provocative but innocent. Try to be as genuine and open as possible. Something I really appreciate in other people as well. The bad thing about growing up is that you tend to forget the way you saw the world as a little child, just be:)
Right now I am Teacher/ Stonemason in Amsterdam.
I spend one year in Australia and hitchhiked true South East Asia,, China, Nepal and India. I had Pakistan and Iran on my list but after 1 1/2 year, with no visa, dried funds and a bit of homesickness I decided to go back. It was just me and a little tiny backpack and no plan except heading west. Hope to hitchhike as much as possible, sleep on the streets as much as possible and shave my beard when I arrive in Turkey:)
I am from Utrecht the Netherlands, 10 points if you know it. Lived and studied there for quit a wile, with and without success:) So after finally burning al my books I got back to stone masonry and worked at my family's company. But after a while decided to burn the rest of my stuff as well:) worked in Australia for a year, now going home and after that start a revolution somewhere or go and work on a fishingboat in Alaska.
I'm relaxed in a "see where the wind blows' way. But not in a "see where the weed blow takes me" way. Like to explore and meet new people like everyone here on CS. I am an bruine bonen dish expert (Dutch cuisine) Play rugby, I don't now if I like league and footy jet.
I love cycling, especially in the mountains. That's why a love Holland... . I still want to become a kitesurf teacher:)
Unfortunately I left my inflatable polarbear suit at home, but nevertheless you can always wake me for any kind of costume party. And also I appreciate a good dance ( techno, minimal) party once in a while.
But on the other hand I a like good talk and a nice discussion about anything. And also visits to a museum, I love contemporary art, and if there are any works of Lucian Freud, Hundertwasser of Giacomo Balla you have to let me know.
Don't make life to complicated. So wie es ist, bleipt es nicht. Don't fall a sleep, follow change, and believe in fairytales. Love your fears and hit them. Never let the little boy in you die. Don't run around naked to often. End up in weird situations. And when I am old and dying I hope to blow up a dictator with a grenade.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Usually I sleep on the streets, so this might set the luxury level a bit upwards ;). Love organising stuff and everywhere I go I try to meet some CS'ers
On my trip in Brazil I have met some great CS people. Loved the Australian CS scene and made some friends for life there.
Politics, History, Sports, Filosofy, I am one big sponge. Follow the wind. Crazy little bars, Abandoned villages, Free Animals, Torture little insects, Cry at the moon, Smile at the sun, Cooking and growing fruit. Climbing high things. And all the drama in life. And everything that you shouldn't be doing.
Music, Movies, and Books
The Red Violin, The Crimson Wing (including the Cinematic Orchestra soundtrack) , The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Man on the Moon. Los Amantes del Circulo Polar, Discovery of Heaven, Im Westen Nichts Neues, Turks Fruit.
Pan-Pot, Dave Clark, James Yuill, Four Tet, Amos Lee, M83, The Cure and of course Toto! And so on and on and on good taste bad taste
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
This morning I woke up!
Teach, Learn, Share
Vipassana meditation, Rugby :) Cycling. Reiki. and I can teach you koehandel (cow exchange) a cardgame. Want to become a kitesurf teacher. Am a ski teacher. Want to improve my French and Italian, learn Spanish, in return Dutch (very usefull) German. Cooking. Sleeping on the street. Looking for fellow world changers. Want to start my own school.
Countries I’ve Visited
Andorra, Australia, Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Ghana, Greece, India, Jordan, Laos, Nepal, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In