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To create more than I consume, experience life from different points of view, party down and end all the suffering!
Painting stuff, partying, reading is what I do most on weekends I guess! Weekdays are mostly work, gym, eat, sleep.
I love discussing life and all it encompasses, have been considering myself a secular buddhist for a year or so.
Non-dualism, optimism with a sprinkle of pragmatism. Though not in the "be pragmatic" holier-and-smarter-than-thou kind of way. I hope.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I've hosted a couple of people and had coffee with a some. Been hosted for two nights in Bergen, Norway. Accidentally ran into a couch surfing group at a pub in Stockholm. It's been pretty great, and I hope to keep meeting new people until I die!
Best couch surfing experience so far was the good friendship I developed with Sofia. After hosting her, I've visited her in Prague twice. We've done a lot of walking, appreciating the city, gone to great restaurants and pubs (far away from tourists) and checked out the culture. We'll see each other again, for sure. I'm very glad couch surfing has already created real friendship, not just fleeting hellos and goodbyes.
- pub crawls
Music, Movies, and Books
Music> Post-rock, minimal house, folk, indie, prog/psychedelic rock, psytrance, experimental stuff, classical, and more and more and more.
Books> Salman Rushdie, Jorge Luis Borges, Hermann Hesse, China Mieville, the ol' sci-fi novel (Greg Egan, Reynolds, ..), Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Lived in Taiwan for 2 months
Spent 1 year organizing big parties at uni
Teach, Learn, Share
Do acquire an honest interest in people, their motivations, hopes and all! Talking about yourself is fun but not always the best way to understand others :)
Countries I’ve Visited
Czech Republic, Taiwan
Countries I’ve Lived In