Nathan Moss

Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

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  • Fluent in English; learning Afrikaans, Hebrew (modern), Portuguese
  • 23, Male
  • Member since 2011
  • Entrepreneur and HR Modelling Studio
  • Degree
  • From Cape Town
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About Me


Live healthily, make money and meet like-minded people.


Recently got back from traveling abroad.

Fun, always looking for new experiences,
open minded and positive. :)


Brighten up someone's day, smiles are priceless.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I like to host and be hosted on CS.


All positive experiences, the people I've met have all been fun to hang out with :)


Meeting new people, visiting new places and trying new things.

Sports and nature are of interest to me as well as most outdoor activities.

Music, Movies, and Books

This is a tough one, I don't own a TV by choice
and my taste in music is broad, but I enjoy

Some tracks on my mind:
-YouTopia - Armin Van Buuren
-Come Fly Away - Benny Benassi
-Not Giving Up on Love - Armin Van Buuren
-Can't Stop - Red Hot Chili Peppers
-Fort Knox - Goldfish

Reading makes me fall asleep unless
it's an extremely good read or current affairs :P

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

Traveling across Canada Niagara Falls was definitely an amazing sight.
The watery air around the falls completely soaked us as we walked closer.

One time my friend and I did a Sunrise hike to the top of Table Mountain,
we arrived just in time to see the most amazing sunrise ever with bright pink, yellow, green and red filling the horizon.

As silly as we were, my friend and I decided to go surf in storm surf at Big Bay. The waves were 3-5m with massive swell. I remember surfing a wave that could have been a tsunami as I looked above, I saw a monster of a wave closing on me!

Travelling to the Middle East, my first meal off the plane was an Eastern food called Sabich
(pronounced Sab-ee-cht) The street vendor asked me in his broken English "You want spicy?" Now, I thought from a Western perspective that "spicy" meant lots of spices like an Indian cuisine. "Yes, very spicy" I replied to the vendor. Having no idea that he just put pure chilli paste to the top, I took a huge, hungry bite and my mouth started to go numb, face bright red.

Teach, Learn, Share

I enjoy teaching people to surf and regularly take friends
and Couch Surfers.

What I Can Share with Hosts

Funny experiences and a good laugh.

Countries I’ve Visited

Canada, Israel, Turkey, United Kingdom

Countries I’ve Lived In

South Africa

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