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in order to become a wise granny one day, I have to get an idea of this world. The best way seems to be to talk to its inhabitants. Therefore I have to travel, fortunately.
I'm a young girl, and I just want to discover all the beautiful places all over the world. I like to speak with several accents just for fun, I'm addicted to Chocolate and Coffee and I fell in love with octopuses. I like to play supernintendo (the old ones!), I'm able to bake delicious cakes and really like to jump the trampoline.
If I had three things to take with me on a lonely island: my felt-tip-pens, the old gdr praktica camera and a coffee to go. what's about you? :)
Ain't no reason to be scared: if you are, you'll never move.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Great idea: if you're visiting a country, you learn more than a tourist by beeing in touch with "native people" - is there a better way to get to know a place, its people, its life?
I've been visiting several friends while they've been living somewhere in Europe. Sometimes I slept on a couch, of course. ;)
this planet. especially the continents. with its people, arts, different ways to make coffee and to draw a dinosaur.
Music, Movies, and Books
I really like films which give me a different feeling. I remember "Requiem for a dream", "Inglorious Basterds", "I killed my mother" and many many more. With books, it's similar: my favourite one is "Ruhm" (german one by Danil Kehlmann), as well as "Extremely loud and incredibly close" by Safran Foer.
And music...my last 3 concerts: metronomy, bodi bill & bonobo.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
During the nighttime. walking through the center of Berlin, more precisely: the Warschauer Straße. Nobody there. But a fox. Looking at me. Not a bit scared. Then crossing the street, very relaxed.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, Morocco, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In