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travel for my life
I`m a sporty person who,likes to see the whole world and the really nice people over all!
surfing in different countries is my special way of getting to know a country....
I`m really open minded and love to get to know new people
Love is all you need!
No Risk No Fun!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
hospitation for me and you!
To be part of this communtity trust the people and show others that we are really open for new experiences
organizing meeting in düsseldorf since more than 3 years!
Such a different way to see the City and the People who are living there!
I visit one day a girl in costa rica! Family Life!
Me and some friends celebrated new year`s eve in Vienna! Fantatic host and city!
Surfed a Couch in Thailand and a lot more in Germany..
Couchsurfing is to make experiences with new friends so you feel always secure.
I hosted people from Netherlands, USA, Australia, Egypt..more then 4 from Germany
Tennis, photography, lindy Hop, Salsa, sports,sightseeing,short trips
Biking, walking, jogging, skiing...meet up friends,
Music, Movies, and Books
World music, chill out,latin,pop,classic
SWING, singer songwriter....
I start reading now i am addict!
The Interpreter, Real life stories!
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Vulcan Pacaya in Guatemala
The Beach of Honduras
Sleeping in the Jungle
Eating real Cambodian Food
Diving in Vietnam
Won a Tennis Tournament
Teach, Learn, Share
I like to learn more spanish!
I like to host and go for a drink..
Share Travel Experiences...
Teach German or Tennis.
What I Can Share with Hosts
So many things you lets meet and enjoy communication
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Belize, Bolivia, Cambodia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Ethiopia, France, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, Laos, Mexico, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In