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es sólo un camino entre cantidades de caminos... Buscando el que tiene corazón
Openminded, easygoing and very very curious!
You know when you are a child and people ask you what you want to do when you grow up? Astronaut, fireman, monster, alien, well, all that stuff... I always wanted to climb a hot-air baloon and see the world!
But I guess I am a Bilbo Bolson kindda person too.. I really love being at home, with my loved ones,friends, family, animals, plants.. my safe place, just in peace. This two opposites at first sight but very enriching characteristics are always inside me.
That's why (one of the many whys) CS looks so wonderful to me: I can travel around the whole world feeling I'm at home, meeting "real" people, not tourist guides, learning about cultures from the inside.
And, at the same time, I love the idea of you sharing experiences with us in my home. I want to learn about you and your culture, talk about movies, music, books, travels we've made or we are planning, or just look at the forms of the clouds in a friendly atmosphere. And, why not, cooking as well. Maybe you can learn tradicional recipes of argentinian food or teach us some traditionals from your country/culture.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
2009 - Hosted
Latti & Aurelie , France, 2 nights
Veronika , Austria, 8 nights
Julien, France, 3 nights
Latti, France, 2 more nights
2010 - Surfed
Naama and Alex, Israel - for a short but great meal in Haifa
Aviva, Israel - for a ride and a great party in Qadima
Julie and her lovely family, Israel - for a great supper gathering at their home.
Caro,Chile for a lot of mates and chat in Dahab, Egypt!
Veronika , Austria
Antonia , Austria
old vintage/retro toys (have a small collection)
art in general
go for a walk (specially in new places) and taking pictures, looking at people.
I love antiques and weird/funny/non conventional objects in general.
Try out new foods and drinks.
Music, Movies, and Books
Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Nick Drake, Cocteau Twins, Pj Harvey, Morrisey, Björk, Radiohead, Massive Attack, The Gathering, Depeche Mode, Edith Piaf, Yann Tiersen, Cabrera, Fandermole.. tango, jazz, classic..
Hedwig and the angry inch (Cameron Mitchel)
Singin in the rain ("Cantando bajo la lluvia" de Stanley Donen y Gene Kelly)
The wall - Pink Floyd (Alan Parker)
Labyrinth (Jim Henson)
Clever indie movies like "Me, You and Everyone we know" (Miranda July)
Lots of animation (Russian directors like Yuri Norstein, or asiatic like Hayao Miyazaki... and most of things that arrives to my eyes)
Argentinian writers: Macedonio Fernandez , Julio Cortazar, Alejandra Pizarnik, Roberto Arlt, Ernesto Sabato...
Foreign writers: Boris Vian, Hermann Hesse, Fernando Pessoa, Bertold Brecht, Cioran, Benedetti... thousands!
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
-I've seen a baby wale being breast-feeded just a couple of meters from my boat (well, actually not mine..)
-I've felt MachuPicchu
-been in a Totora's Island (wich is a traditional handmade floating island made of totora, a plant) by the Uros in the Titicaca Lake, Puno, Peru, and sailed in a totora's boat too.
-sailed in a rubber boat really close to the Iguazu Falls when I was a child
-I've been for a couple of days in the world's largest salt flat (wich is 10,582 km2 and is elevated 3,656 meters above the sea level), in Bolivia.
and most incredible, amazing thing I've kindda done (I think it just happened, I didn't actually "do" it): I've found my other half, the love of my life
(yeah, sickly corny, I know, I can't help it, sorry!)
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Peru, United States, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In