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Difficult to speak about myself but anyway I will say that i'm a friendly person open minding about lots of things. I like travel, meet people, learn languages, cook, eat, enjoy, party, read, music, cinema, silent, landscape, sharing, art, originality...Moreover, I like to participate to some events of human rights & protection of the nature. And last word: I don't want to finish in the "fishbowl" (turning in round).
live the moment
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I think that CS concept is very great! I hosted several persons in my place since i'm in the project. A way which allow (without travel) to speak & think about it. I participated in differents activities. I'm nature lover, cinema lover, museum lover,
paintaing lover, food lover, originality lover, music lover..
Photo, travel, reading, currents affairs, environment, coffee shop, music...
- human rights
Music, Movies, and Books
music: Laura izibor, Charlie winston, Katy melua, Massive attack, Nneka, Gotan project, Zero 7, Morcheeba (otherwise), Nneka, Pauline Croze, Charlotte Gainsbourg (white telephone)...
books: 3 tea cup from Greg Mortenson, L'elegance du herison from Muriel Barbery, ni d'eve ni d'adam from Amelie Nothomb.
Movie: Into the wild, Slumdog millionnaire, Amelie Poulain, Beautiful lies...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Children I lived in Africa, great experience. I lived 5 years in Ireland. In 2009, I went in India 2 months in a NGO, last year, in Egypt & Turkey (Istanbul, cappadocia & pammakkule) and in 2011 I stay 2 months in an orphanage in Peru teaching french/english and take care of the kid. At the end of my trip I travelled throught Peru.. unforgettable emotions specially in Colca Cayon, Machu Picchu & meeting with native indian.
Countries I’ve Visited
Algeria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Guinea, India, Ireland, Italy, Mali, Peru, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In