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Christoph Hartmann

Berlin, Berlin, Germany

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Overview

  • 53 Positive References
  • Fluent in English, German, Spanish; learning Japanese, Swedish
  • 28, Male
  • Member since 2009
  • Sleep. Eat. Think. Live.
  • No education listed
  • No hometown listed
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About Me

Why I'm on Couchsurfing

HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING

What I can do for you: Show you around the area I live. I like walking and cycling and I have a couple of spare bikes. (Usually with flat tires) Go have some really good food. I love food. I sometimes cook and there's a shitload of great vegan/vegetarian restaurants here. Go to a bar and have a drink. I'm part of a bar project here in Neukölln, which is open on the weekends. If you want, I can take you to some great places here in Berlin (Like a derelict amusement park or a former US radar tower), if I have the time. Or to flea markets and second hand stores.

COUCHSURFING EXPERIENCE

... couchsurfing in a 4 square meter apartment in Tokyo. ... driving with Café Liberte through Budapest, followed by exploding eggplants and spitting fascists. ... getting stuck in Malaysia because of some silly icelandic volcano and being offered accomodation for four people without requesting it :-) ... couchsurfing to London and falling sick on the first night, but having a good time thanks to Marek & Ben

Interests

Anything except sports.

Politics, Philosophy, Science and a good meal.

Gardening, Hitchhiking, Board Games, Libraries, Wandering, Programming, Drinking.

One Amazing Thing I've Done

Things that amaze me are usualy related to my grandmother, Maths or my friends here in Berlin.

But as this site is for Travelling: My first trip to Spain: Wandering in Germany, Hitchiking to close before Montelimar, then wandering/hitchhiking to Mornas, Isle-Sur-La-Sourge, Avignon. Sleeping outside, bathing in the streams. Finding a group of very nice young people that took me to Aquaeduct de Nimes (which was accidentaly free this weekend), then someone to take me to Carcassone. Almost despairing while getting stuck in Carcassone in the night and the rain, but then stumbling upon som Spanish people in a van that took me to a guerilla rave in the mountains. Getting drunk+k and meeting people on vintage, which allowed me to camp with them.

Teach, Learn, Share

I teach programming. (Python)

Plus I can give some help on hitchhiking in Germany/Europe

Countries I've Visited

France, Japan, Turkey

Countries I've Lived In

Germany

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