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Just living , day by day, surviving all the ignorance of bad people. Fredom and Respect should be our direction to a better world
I'm a person who puts respect above everything and the freedom of choice to, of course(hour freedom finish where the other's freedom beggins), I love to laught, to have friendly conversations about everything, I used to say that I prefer to have the Sea on my backyard than a swimmingpool on my garden, and not because I want a house near the ocean, but because My house is the World. If I could I just spend the rest of my life travelling... I love to know different cultures and people.. I just love to live...
Just one more thing, I love to sleep, so please don't weak me up before 9 p.m.
I think I already said everything above
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I want to healp people with the same passion than me, people that want´s to know the world but can´t afford hotels, even because is more genuine living the real culture in someone's house.
I had Freeda at my home for two days, and I loved to be a turist guide for her, I took her to my favorite places here around, and we both love to see it...
That was still in Portugal, now in Brazil I hope I could do the same :)
Trekking, futebol, Photography, Poetry, cinema, music, Geocaching, etc etc etc
Music, Movies, and Books
Il Postino; La vita é Bela; Pulp Fiction; Armaggedon.
Placebo; The Killers; Portishead; Sigur Rós; The Gift.
The mistery of Sintra's road; Viagem sem regresso; etc
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Interrail trough Europe
Teach, Learn, Share
Beacuse my husband is a bakery we can teach you to make some delicious portuguese cakes, and I apreciate if you teach me to something about you gastronomy and language.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cabo Verde, Croatia, France, Gibraltar, Greece, Italy, Morocco, Portugal, Serbia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In