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  • 15 References 12 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English, Turkish; learning Arabic
  • 27, Male
  • Member since 2012
  • officially student, en famille lazy student, socially adv...
  • I've been educating myself and working out on my potentia...
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About Me


see, watch and trying to figure out my way of doing


Even if I don't like to talk about myself, I know we are in the social media territory and I must keep talking to make an impression on you. The only thing you should know is that I am an ordinary curious young man who is looking for an action, rest is the detail. I dont know what kind of deep feelings you get when you are traveling but my enthusiasm or imagination power is highly inspired by the places, especially strange ones to me. I couldnt stop myself thinking about stupid things. How can be that hill seen from the outer space? Are there any exotic tunnels under theese awesome buildings? how weird the local people are? What's their strangest habitat? Do they get angry if I knock their doors and offer myself a drink in their home? You know, I also ask to myself the same questions as you did once while traveling. I believe that we are not so different that we can not bear each other. Yes, we are different only a little bit that enrichs us and gives us more pleasure than loneliness. I am curious about people who I will meet in the future. Even if it comes from my youth, I am the one that didn't give up yet. Dont hesitate to send a message to me.


I don't have any philosopy that restrict me but the respect for others is not something that kills the sincerity.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


as of now, subjectively a lot of experience. not seen even one negative attitude.
I have always wanted to be a world traveller and here is my chance, I am living in this beautiful city, istanbul and I can help many travellers to carry out their dreams in my homeland. Whenever I am set on the road, I always have the faith that you can do anything with good willed intentions. so I am on the road knocking on your doors. mine is always open.


movies, bikes, waterpolo, swimming, astral projection, dreams, people, news, yoga...

  • yoga
  • drinking
  • news
  • movies
  • traveling
  • swimming
  • communications
  • languages

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

There was no chance to sleep because I was standing. It was raining and the water dripped all over the bus. I was looking at people in a different way for the first time, people were different from each other, swayed by the bus’s enterance of bumps. In the entrance of each bump, I could hear the flourshing of the rain drops. Everyone started to move to the beat of the song because of ramps. A girl in the front, saw drops of rain dripping from his head, looked at me, meanwhile I was looking at the drop of water dripping to my head. Anyone looking at the ceiling of the bus nicely began to sway with ramps. I saw that a long-haired, bespectacled young man coming with swaying towards the back. Then, the girl in the front came back after she gave her place to somebody. People who complain about getting wet began cavorting. Everyone was swinging like crazy, but we were very happy. Suddenly, a young crew started shouting, laughing, everyone had turned mad. Elderly people also began to keep the seats by getting up from their seats. While looking at the drops floating from her head, plump woman’s raising laughter was very interesting. I thought people were driven mad, made nothing of. But ranks were also shaking me, raindrops keep falling on my head. Last bump shook the bus badly, the song was over. I opened my eyes, noticed surroundings were not so wet. Except few people, everyone fell off the bus. Interesting expression of face of the mustachioed man provided me to wake up exactly. I missed stops, so I had to walk more than two stops to go home.

And also, I saw a beggar who begs three languages in Beirut. She was begging in three languages, separately. I was embarrassed a little bit.

Countries I’ve Visited

Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Monaco, Netherlands, Pakistan, Poland, Qatar, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, Spain, Syrian Arab Republic, Thailand, United Arab Emirates

Countries I’ve Lived In

Tunisia, Turkey

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