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conquering the world to make it more colourful
As good as always I'm curious about life.
Most of the time I'm friendly.
Very often I'm kind of funny.
From time to time I'm shy.
Never I am... no. Never say never.
The rest you have to find out.
Don't cry when you loose your hat. Life's too short to only wear one.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
The first CS-Gathering I attended was 2007 in Stockholm, and in summer 2008 I surfed my first couches in Norway and Sweden. It was ... WOoOW. For me couch-surfing is a great possibility to not only get to see the different types of sofas all around the world but also to get to know people in their private surrounding, where they are not anonymous someones in a town or city but someone special opening the door to a stranger. That's exciting.
As soon as I have my own flat I'll buy a couple of couches to open my doors as well.
I got to know the couchsurfing project when I was in Sweden. I met a lovely guy from Australia who took me to a picnic with loads of other couchsurfers and we spend the evening together eating, drinking and having fun by getting to know each other. I loved the warm feeling amongst all those people I somehow felt connected to. That's why I'm here- I want to be connected to the world.
food, acting, singing, dancing, screaming, food, running around, searching for adventures, taking a rest when I had enough. and hitch-hiking. it's thrilling.
... did I mentioned food?
Music, Movies, and Books
Definitly Ronja Räubertochter and Pippi Langstrumpf (I don't know how these Names are written in English) by Astrid Lindgren and all these stories with people jumping from the normal path just to try if other ways work either.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Running away from a lion!!! Ha, no, actually I was chasing it.
Teach, Learn, Share
I'll teach you how to fence and how to walk like a Tsotsi.
I'd like to learn some Swedish and Norwegian, although I'm very bad in learning languages.
I'd also love to learn how to optimize my cooking-skills; lately I found out that people who do not eat my food are actually NOT full, but just horrible cowards who don't like to take risks at the table. PAH!
(but maybe it's just an instinct of self protection)
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Croatia, France, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Sweden
Countries I’ve Lived In
France, Germany, South Africa, Turkey