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I am me, just me, the only one, inimitable, sincere, cheerful, polite, curious and always ready to help everyone.
I live in Senigallia; a small and quiet seaside town with a lot of events. My house is located in the city center, 500 meters from the beach, train and bus station, on the street which is the lounge of the city.
I love meeting people and cultures around the world, I'm not shy or closed, I can adapt to any situation and my home is open to everyone. Hosting is for me a pleasure, not a duty, and I think that couchsurfing is not only a cheap way to travel or just surfing one's couch but also surfing one's life.
Every guest is like an old friend for me.
Sometimes I am a guest and I hope to be a good guest.
If you have any questions please ask.
If you want to be my guest, send me a request ;-)
► For more information about me see also the description of "My Home".
Not only survive, but expect to live in a better world.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
To meet new people and bring the world into my home.
I also like discovering new places, new cultures and making new friends.
My first interest is the sea and sail boats. I have sailed since I was 13 years old. First I got the license for the boat and then the license for the car.
I am also a sailing instructor.
Every summer I spend my holidays on my sail boat in Croatia and anyone who wants to spend their holidays in my sail boat with me and my friends is welcome.
My second interest are board-games: I have a large collection with more than 100 board-games.
My current mission is to complete the euro coin collection from all European countries.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Many things... I can say that impossible things happen.
Teach, Learn, Share
Play board games.
What I Can Share with Hosts
Conversation, Italian cooking, help at home and so much more.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Croatia, France, Greece, Mexico, San Marino, Slovenia, Vatican City State
Countries I’ve Lived In