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A few months ago I quit my job and sold most of my belongings to travel to Europe. In that time I've learnt so many things about travel and other people. There are things that I would definitely do differently but not a single regret.
I got onto couch surfing as a way of being able to hang out with local people but have also met so many incredible people thru the CS hangouts. Traveling for the first time and also doing it solo can at times be daunting but have had such positive experiences.
I have always enjoyed meeting new people and knowing about them as thru my career I was with different people everyday and loved building connections with them and that's what it's all about at the end of the day ✌🏽
When I do get back home I will definitely be hosting so I can show people what an amazing place I live in also!! ☀️
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I want to meet new people and know about them and the way they live. It's interesting to discuss different point of views on any topics and how everyone has such a different perspective because of their own life experiences.
I like to keep fit although I've found while I've been traveling that food has seemed to take over and fitness has taken the back end
- live music
- flea markets
Music, Movies, and Books
I love reading fiction, it's takes my imagination on a journey of which only I can see.
Music- my Spotify playlist confuses me at times, depends on my mood and how bad I want to dance 🏼
I love comedies and cheesy romcoms
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Quit my job and started traveling
Sky-diving the Whitsundays seeing all the amazing islands
Starting the mexican wave in a packed arena at a backstreet boys concert....
What I Can Share with Hosts
I really enjoy cooking with/for other people and a shared meal is always better than eating alone.
I'm a professional hairdresser so there's always a haircut on offer. Especially after a few wines
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, England, France, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Turkey