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To live as many -good- experiences as I can.
I want to think that I'm an easy-going guy who love sense of humor. I really enjoy traveling and getting to know people around the world while exchange moments with them.
I also like anything related with outdoor sports such as football, mountain biking and snowboarding, photography, filmmaking and graphic design.
You can know more about me through https://www.instagram.com/marcantonell
Unfortunately, 2012 taught me that we have to enjoy the moment even more than what we think. Absolutely all is relative.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I've "couchsurfed" in Milan (x2), New York (x2) and Stockholm, and all the experiences were totally awesome! I wouldn't change anything at all! I enjoyed the experience not only because I could visit the cities and do turisty stuff (which was also great), but for having the chance to meet interesting people from there, talk to them, go for a walk, a beer or whatever. Cultural exchange is what actually makes the difference most of the times!
Enjoy with friends, be with family, get to know new people, see new places, outdoor sports, reading, traveling, photography, making videos and design.
- graphic design
- outdoor activities
- mountain biking
Music, Movies, and Books
I love comedy movies, thriller/crime/mystery novels and about the music... well, "marcantu" on Spotify (this way it's easier to see).
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Sleep a couple of nights in the middle of Sahara desert was absolutely amazing.
But it was also awesome to have a completely normal breakfast at Don's apartment in Tribeca, NYC, with him and my friend David while talking about anything and watching American news on the TV.
I also did El camino de Santiago (road to Santiago) by bike. Great experience!
Countries I’ve Visited
Andorra, France, Italy, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, Western Sahara
Countries I’ve Lived In