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Surviving another German winter
Grew up in Jerusalem, Israel. Today living in Berlin. I work for a construction company in town.
One of the topics I'm most interested in is the connections between Germany and Israel in all different aspects.
Traveling is my biggest passion. Mostly meeting the people, eating the food, experiencing the local life. I hate the fact i'm in a system that I can't really just take my things and decide to go somewhere.
I have traveled mostly around Europe and the US so far, but one travel to Morocco gave me enough to want to travel more around the Middle East\North Africa. I'm sure my next travel will be over there.
Also looking forward to get sometime to Central America.
Second passion (Or maybe first!) is for sure football. Playing, watching, being active in it. I take part in FARE network, the anti fascist organisation of uefa.
Beitar Nordia is my club! (I know, 5th Israeli division is not top football, but hey, a football team is not something changeable)
( http://www.supporters-direct.org/news-article/beitar-nordia-reborn-in-jerusalem )
I'm interested in other people. Where they come from, how it is like there. I ask many questions, and I'm interested to hear your views about life, politics, travels and anything else.
I don't give a shit what your background is, where you're from or how you look like, nothing. I really love everyone until proven otherwise, and I see it as top value in my life.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Couchsurfing is awsome. It changed traveling for me. Getting to know a place from a prospective of a local is great, and I try to give the same experience to people staying with me. I truly believe that people who do Couchsurfing are cooler people and for sure more open ;)
Germany, Israel, Belgium, Poland, Morocco, Turkey
USA, Germany, Austria, Israel, Brazil, Sweden, Poland, Bosnia, Croatia, Russia, Switzerland, Brazil
I have surfed and hosted many times and so far had only positive experiences! I think this is a wonderful way to travel and to get to know people.
Local and world Politics, although I don't really like that being Israeli means serious politic talks right away. Anything about the world interests me, about other people and other cultures. Therefor is traveling what I want to do in life, when possible.
Sports of any kind, but over all Football.
Of course going out and meeting people..
Different foods from different places are always a blessing in this house :)
Music, Movies, and Books
Greek!, Israeli, Arab and Turkish music mostly but also open to any kind in any language. I like it all and appreciate hearing your music..
Also like oldies, German American or Israeli it doesn't matter. I got it mostly from my mom and my girlfriend :)
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I think the best moment for me in all of my traveling expirience, was when I went to the town Sefrou in Morocco, to see where my father came from. When I was looking for his old house, in the small allees of El Bisna quarter of the old city, the hole neighborhood was outside trying to help me look for the house, since there were no addresses when my dad was still there.
I found the place, with the same Jewish star above the door (even though there are no more jews living there), and the lovely old lady that was living there was happy to show me around. And then it became my Couchsurfing profile picture :)
Teach, Learn, Share
Teach me everything, I´ll learn anything, share it all....!!!
What I Can Share with Hosts
I promise I´m as respectful as it gets, and I keep everything as clean and in order as possible. I fit myself to the host. I'm for hanging out and as well "burning" the city together, but also know to give the space and quiet when needed or wanted.
I´m also not such a bad cook ;)
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Netherlands, Palestine, Poland, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United States, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In