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- Last login about 1 year ago
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To explore the world and meet new people
Although I am older than the average couch surfer, I love adventure, meeting new people, and staying active (see pictures). I enjoy the company those with the same basic attitudes and a desire to expand their own horizons.
Personal Philosophy = Always leave people and places better than you found them.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
The couch is (for the most part) closed until I move to San Diego. I will consider requests individually in the meantime, but if I am unable to respond quickly or I cannot host at this time, please don't be surprised or offended.
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
So I have only surfed once and hosted several times, but my experiences have been good so far. I am picky about who I will host and will read your references before accepting a request. Don't be offended if I refuse a request, it may be due to a variety of factors including my military service obligations and have nothing to do with your request or your profile. When I do accept a host, I go out of my way to make your experience memorable (read what other couch surfers say about me).
Tokyo - My host was amazing and a great person to host at my home as well.
Cars, motorcycles, martial arts, reading, traveling, working out, yoga, cycling, and psychology. Believe it or not, I watch cooking shows and took home economics in high school (cooking and sewing). Who said it's not masculine to have skills in the kitchen?!?
- performing arts
- working out
- martial arts
Music, Movies, and Books
Diverse interest in music, movies, and books.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Overflew the pyramids of Giza in an Army Helicopter with the doors open while hanging out the side.
Swam with dolphins in Tulum, Mexico, Xel Ha is amazing!
Teach, Learn, Share
Psychology, Automotive repair, High performance driving, Judo. I can also cook pretty well and love making spicy foods.
Countries I’ve Visited
Egypt, Guam, Jamaica, Mexico
Countries I’ve Lived In