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Not great at writing about myself. I'm currenly working for the city government here in Buenos Aires, pursuing a carreer in law and studying languages: english (nailed it! - or so i think?), french, arabic and probably starting chinese next semester. I'm a music buff (chasing great concerts all around the world), love reading (sci fi and comics, mostly), and coffee junkie. Love to grab a beer with friends (if not a coffee, too) and, of course, the cliche: meeting new people. Who doesn't?!
'Dare to be sassy, dare to be fresh. Speak your mind, and live your life to the most. If something bothers you two days in-a-row, start thinking that you might need a change. Don't settle for ordinariness. Do what you feel like, not what you're supposed to. This is just the long and short of making life worthwhile.'
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I'm currently living at my parent's, so i really cannot let you stay at my couch. I dont own my couch. But I soon will!
Make sure to contact me if you want some insight about Buenos Aires. We can sure meet for a coffee or a beer if you're in town!
I've surfed several times in Europe, and it was mostly a great experience. Also surfed when I went backpacking in Turkey and it was the best way to get to know a culture as different as mine.
Music, films, comics, anime, coffee, vegetarian food, travel, sightseeing, moving, gaming, languages, literature.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
- Slept in the beach in Bozcaada, and woke up to the most amazing sunrise ever, above the Aegean Sea.
- Stood 10 ft. away from an erupting volcanoe in Kona, Hawaii.
Countries I’ve Visited
Armenia, Chile, France, Italy, Paraguay, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Vatican City State
Countries I’ve Lived In
Argentina, United States