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I'm 29 years old, studied Anthropology, trying to get my degree and working on a NGO.
You could say that I just try to enjoy those simple things in life, try to take it easy and don't mess with other people, just the opposite, trying to help whenever I can.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I knew about couchsurfing while traveling, some other travelers told me about it and haven't droped since, I have learned a lot from people arround the world by not traveling, is like the world comes to your home :)
I like to read, dance, travel, get lost in my own city.
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies: "Paprika" is a movie thay I could watch every day and enjoy it differently each time, anything from the studio ghibli.
Music: Bjôrk, Nina Simone, brodway musicals,Las Cafeteras, Son de Madera, Chéjere-- (anything of Son Jarocho)
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
One of the most amaizing and difficult things I have ever done, it happened when I was in this exreme kind of tour over the mountains, crossing rivers, climbing,etc, and then, we got to a death end in a dark as hell cave, there was no other way to continue but to jump in this black hole following the river. The lights weren't useful to see were we will fall, or were to fall safe-- One of my partners jumped, then he shouted he was ok, but we should be caerful of rocks and try to jump in a way we didn't get to the bottom or we may get hurt... then it was my turn, it took me a few minutes I must say, deam, it was a blak hole, you could't see anything, and then I did it, jumped, didn't realized when I touched the water till my head felt the cold, then I remembered to reach for the surface, still could't see antying, I kind of crossed my mind that i my not save enugh air to get to the surface... and then i Reach it-..-- that was one of the most dificult and alucinating things I have ever done...but hey, I might do it again if there is a chance
What I Can Share with Hosts
Recently moved, so I have plenty of space, but don't have an extra bed. I live near the airport, 5 min from the subway (pink line- station Gómez Farías), and have plenty of places to eat local food (vegetarian or meat treats). After 5 pm and on weekends, I'm avilable to accompany you trough the city.
Countries I’ve Visited
Canada, France, Mexico, Morocco, Spain, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In