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Be myself and read as much books as I can!!!
I am a 100% Ukrainian girl with a great love for my country. my dream is to do what I can to improve it for feeling happy in it. I wish each Ukrainian should not blame the government and try to change something themselves. although it might seem very difficult.
about myself I can say - I am a very sensitive person and like to meet new people of different nationalities. I know that I will live long.All years will be filled with interesting events,people,constant enlightement. imagine myself meeting my old days somewhere in Tibet together with my partner, practicing yoga and being the source of wisdom to the younger ones.
Life is given only once and this is a chance you should use. take as much as possible from your life.
deep consciousness of that helps in everything.
never give up and try to stay in the good mood all the time
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I am a member of CS movement.
hosted good people, met some for coffee and beer. was on the CS meeting, really nice - very international.
Languages, Psychology, Music(jass,latino,lounge, house,r'n'b, ethno,free style),books,communication, car driving,art, strange french films, airports,people.
actually interested in everything in the world like a 3-year old little child.
Music, Movies, and Books
HOUSE MUSIC!Other styles of music. French movies, intriguing films ...
Books - Gabriel Garsia Markes, Bernard Verber, Onore de Balzak, Haruki Murakami...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Tried wind surfing and couch surfing
Teach, Learn, Share
we can learn a lot from each other. can obviously enrich our experience.
What I Can Share with Hosts
I can share food, my emotions, experience and show around the city, some non-touristic places... I am opened for comunication))) and new people to meet!!!
Countries I’ve Visited
Germany, Hungary, Poland, Russian Federation, Turkey
Countries I’ve Lived In