- 85% response rate
- Last login about 1 hour ago
Join Couchsurfing to see Matias’s full profile.
make feel every single couchsurfer like their own home...
I am an easy going person, reliable, respectful and open mind, I like spending time with my family, my friends. I enjoy movies, good music, partying, travelling, meeting new culture and people and try new things.
I come from a small town but I moved to Cordoba eight years ago, I love this city, it´s beautiful.
What you give it's what you get.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
20 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NOT VISIT CORDOBA.
1. People from Cordoba have too much spark ... The cheerful and fun people is not for you. It is that one can generate some dependence on funny people, and then not knowing how to entertain alone, what danger!
2. Half of the city of Cordoba is very old. Who can be interested in buildings with more than 400 years of history? And dare to call it a World Heritage Site, what shameless ...
3. And the other half is too new and avant-garde, can not they agree?
4. And you really do not understand what a charm that mix can have ... If nothing attracts you more than uniformity.
5. In addition, Cordoba is too colorful. Be careful, because once you get used to the eye, the other cities will look extremely gray and lacking in life ...
6. One thing you enjoy doing when you travel is to participate in cultural activities. And what can it have to offer you a city that has one of the first universities in America and what they call "The Docta"?
7. And there is so much student loose! Can someone please a place that congregates young people from different parts of the country and the world? Young people are too relaxed and cheerful, not going to be contagious ...
8. And there is no human being who survives a night out with a Cordobian. Going to a "Baile de Cuarteto" puts your body at risk. It is known that the heart does not resist so much joy ...
9. Not to mention to live the passion for soccer in the stadium Mario Alberto Kempes. So much emotion is undoubtedly not for you, better not to risk ...
10. And you will have the same existential doubt of all the weekends: Where to go when you have so many mountain valleys a few kilometers from the city?
11. I have the feeling that the smell of herbs serranas of the evening by the river should not be good for health ... And if you get used to life without stress? No, you're not ready for such a profound change ...
12. Will there be something yummy to eat in the mountains of Cordoba? Homemade bread and salami from the cologne? No thanks, I prefer trans fats and rice wafers ...
13. But what you really want to experience is something indigenous and traditional. And you are worried that the festivals of Jesus Maria and Cosquín will leave you with little taste ...
14. In addition, what can Cordoba have to offer to rock lovers? A festival in the mountains can be such an exciting experience that you will want to return ... over and over again.
15. What can be attractive about a day in the heights? Is not there something really inspiring to do?
16. To top it off, among the hills are hidden rivers, valleys and villages ... Too much magic for your taste.
17. Going to the Beer Festival in a mountain village does not seem fun enough ...
18. And of course the sunsets on the lake are going to shoot you right in the heart ... And who wants to fall in love like this?
19. Córdoba is perfect. If we even have Uritorco Hill, a place to do UFO sighting. Who would think? There you could make contact with true Martians and easily conclude that the people of Cordoba are beings from another planet ...
20. Therefore, I warn you: If you do not want to start with a love that will last a lifetime ... Do not come to Cordoba!
I like photography, movies, music, travelling, spending time with my friends, drinking beer. I really enjoy hosting people, I love where I live and is a pride for me to show it to people from all over the world.
Music, Movies, and Books
I´m very open about music, I have my favorites, but as long as it sounds good, it´s good for me.
I always enjoy watching TV series and movies
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I ate tarantula in Cambodia.
Teach, Learn, Share
There are many things you can teach and learn from people through CS.
I specially like helping people to improve their Spanish, make them try our food and teach them about our culture and lifestyle.
And it´s the same when it comes about learning, I’m always curious about peoples´ culture, experiences, languages.
What I Can Share with Hosts
Experiences, Food, Music, etc
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Brazil, Cambodia, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Vatican City State
Countries I’ve Lived In