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Well, my current mission is to achieve my Master's degree and I am aiming to study in Australia (biggest motivator being to get away from the harshly cold winters of Mongolia).
I like to laugh and smile at the little things.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I think Couchsurfing is a great platform to meet new people from all corners of the world, to hear their experience, to learn from their philosophies, and to share common interests. Even if I'm not couchsurfing or hosting any couchsurfers, the weekly meetups, activities posted by fellow couchsurfers are great opportunities to get out of the house to just explore, broaden one's horizon, and just live.
Meeting new people, hiking, sports, music, traveling, books, amusement parks, attempting to learn to skateboard, biking, beaches, sleeping, dancing, people watching, long walks, bit of everything
Music, Movies, and Books
My all time favorites are The Shawshank Redemption, Bambi (yes, the animated movie), The Godfather, The Count of Monte Cristo 1975 version, the Green Mile. oh oh and Star Wars. hell yes...
I enjoy listening to a bit of everything. Like everyone else, it all depends on my current mood.
I like fiction books: Adventure, thriller, murder mystery, books with twisted endings.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Hiking to Bogd Khan Mountain in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. I've hiked up there before, but not in the winter, and it was special this time because it was covered in snow and the snow gave it a serene, tranquil atmosphere. At the top, the scenery is just fantastic and since the sun was out, it added to the scenery, making everything brighter and more beautiful. I'm not much of a hiker and the trip up is always a challenge for me, but once I make it up to the top, the view always makes it worthwhile and I'm motivated to go again.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, China, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, United Kingdom, Vatican City State
Countries I’ve Lived In
Canada, Mongolia, United States