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Trying to find my path on life!
Smiley, Sociable, Chatty, Easygoing!
I'm a guy who studying a major which I don't want: Mining Engineering at Itanbul(ITU) [It's been a lot, I'm not sure how many years exactly]. I've been living in Istanbul since 2004 with my family (yes, still :/ ). I'm interested in music, sports and art. I really love to meet new cultures, people and places!
Just trying to be nice person, and living happily!
"Listen the music, not the rumors!"
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I surf, go to meetings, I help people as much as I can, I show them around and help them as I can.
I'm also a volunteer for inform people who visit Istanbul. I can do it as well for surfers!
Surfed, attended meetings, hang out with couchsurfers and tried to help people in the group pages...
I can't host people at my home but my brother in laws apartment was an Erasmus hause and they hosted so many people and we hanged out together!
-String Instruments (Especially, Baglama[Traditional Turkish Instrument], Guitar[All Forms but especially classic Guitar], Bouzuki, Oud, etc. )
-Food and culinary
- study abroad
Music, Movies, and Books
-The Shawshank Redemption
-Life Is Beautiful
-Star Wars Series
-Back To The Future Trilogy
-Traditinoal Turkish Folk Music-Erkan Ogur
-Flamenco-Paco de Lucia-Vicente Amigo
-Classical Turkish Music
-Azerbaijani Folk Music
-Rembetiko and Greek
-Turkish Pop Music (After 80's before 00's)
-R&B - Soul
-Fur Coated Madonna by Sabahattin Ali
-The Grapes of Wrath by Steinbeck
-Makar Chudra by Maksim Gorky
-Brave New World by Aldoux Huxley
-Animal Farm and 1984 by George Orwell
-Nazim Hikmet's poetries (Turkish Poet)
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Trying to open my mind...
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach
-A bit cooking
I can learn
-Other Cultures basics
-Playing technics of string instruments
Countries I’ve Visited
Finland, France, Greece, Netherlands, Sweden, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In