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Hey! I am currently on mission to travel Argentina! Looking out for interesting encounters and new aspects of the world!
Hey! I am a curious open-minded traveler (and very modest:)). My dad is Croatian, my mother German, I grew up in Berlin and Karlsruhe, Germany. My passion is theater and film and as a job I do documentary stuff for the radio and I write fiction (well for the radio too) Every once in a while I need to go traveling for a bit. So I have lived in France and the US, and I have traveled with the transsiberian to Beijing and lived in Vietnam for a couple of months.
I think I am pretty easy to live with and independant. I can take care of myself and respect other people - and am very grateful to anyobdy offering a couch, inviting them to come stay on my couch in return!
Try to see the good side in everything. Try to learn, develop. Every way goes outward and inward at the same time. But also: How can I know what I think before I have heard what I say :)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I offer my couch! And what else? Communication, of course. Help with languages such as German or French. Help with theater and media related questions.
Met with lots of great unknown people all over the world, with the best of encounters!
I am really interested in theater, movies, swing dancing, human encounters, languages, walking, books of course, conversations that don't stop, conversations that stop because we can be silent together, fun, philosohy, the philosophy of fun ... lots of things really. traveling of course.
- swing dancing
Music, Movies, and Books
Presently reading Rumi (still from my trip in Turkey) and Ebner-Eschenbach (since great aphorisms make for light traveling bagage). Watching "madman", the series about a New York ad agency in the 50s. Did like "Avatar", contrary to most of my friends.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The first amazing thing that comes to my mind is visting my sister in a Ladhak, where she worked in a hospital, and go tracking with her. And going on a motorcyle ride through Vietnam last year and experiencing the incredible hospitality of the locals!
Teach, Learn, Share
I will think of something:)