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grew up in the NW and love it here. It’ll always be home. Nonetheless, I’ve lived abroad in both Spain and Ecuador and loved both, and I definitely see myself wandering abroad again at some point in the future.
I got back from 2 years in the Peace Corps in Ecuador last year, where I worked as an English teacher between learning to dance and getting lost in random parts of Ecuador’s mountains and jungles.
Now I’m working as a scribe in an Edmonds hospital and also at an addiction treatment center in the Central District, and am hoping to go to medical school in 2017.
Personality wise, I’m a consistently optimistic person. And am always looking for the best in people.
I’m crazy about nature…. And have always felt most at home somewhere in the mountains, on a run, a hike, snowboarding, camping or just hanging out outdoors.
I love unplanned and improvised adventures
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I like meeting new people and exploring new places. Couchsurfing seems like a great way to do that.
- exploring new places
- thai food
- eating new food
Music, Movies, and Books
100 Years of Solitude
The Greatest Show on Earth
Calvin and Hobbes
Parks and Rec
Master of None
Pretty varied taste with a focus on Indie/Alternative Rock. Some recent favorite bands are:
The Temper Trap
The Head and the Heart
Albert Hammond Jr.
And pretty much any kind of ethnic food.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I lived and worked in a small town in Ecuador for two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer until April, 2015.
What I Can Share with Hosts
Good vibes, travel stories,
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Canada, Ecuador, France, Germany, Italy, Morocco, Peru, Portugal, Spain
Countries I’ve Lived In
Ecuador, Spain, United States