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to learn how to plant an organic kitchen garden. oh, and becoming a tango pro!
Studied theater in Paris for three years then moved to New York for a couple of months to perform in a play.
Took photography lessons which changed my way of seeing the world. Although I find life much more magical through the lens, I'm becoming acquainted with the hypnotizing charm of motion found in dance.
Now I'm officially back in Buenos Aires for a great mission: becoming a professional tango dancer!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Posting a lot of interesting events going on in Buenos Aires right now.
Up until today, I've mostly hosted people rather than being a guest; whether it's one or the other, I've always been left amazed by each encounter and the fact that you get to meet all these people from different walks of life and to have a one-of-a-kind experience each time you meet someone. When Csing, I particularly love the fact that you feel immediately part of the city thanks to your host.
Ethnic food, bikes, analog photography, food markets, cats, European theater, seafood, pole dancing, old architecture, the sea, languages and dialects, fisheye, any form of dancing, sailing.
Music, Movies, and Books
my all-time favourite playwright & poet, that is, Shakespeare.
Russian geniuses Gogol, Pushkin, Dostoevsky, Chekhov & Tolstoy. Jorge Luis Borges, Julio Cortázar. Pablo Neruda's poetry. Orwell, Burgess, Camus.
my favorite music genre right now is tango. i also love bossa nova, blues, jazz, swing, flamenco, salsa and pretty much any form of folk music.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
the baffling beauty of the Caribbean sea.
Teach, Learn, Share
I tend to get easily carried away when talking about theater so I might end up by teaching you a thing or two about one of my greatest passions. Tango is also in the menu. And I can always teach you some Argentine Spanish, of course.
As regards learning & sharing, I'm seriously up for exchanging knowledge in almost any area; I believe everyone has got something to teach.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, England, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lebanon, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Paraguay, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In
Argentina, France, United States