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Live life and help anyone I can along the way
Easygoing, funny and chilled. Always willing to try new things and experience new cultures. Besides my career in engineering, I have many other passions and hobbies like dancing (salsa, forro, samba, zouk, retro, classic rock or whatever is playing hahaha) and occasionally singing (if there is a decent band playing in the background hahaha).
"Whenever you find yourself at a crossroads in your life, the best thing you can do is do the right thing; the second best thing you can do is do the wrong one; the worst thing you can do, is do nothing".
I believe that life is about taking chances and risks, and always trying to improve both yourself and the society that surrounds you.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Participating in the CS meetings and helping in any way I can to the cultural exchange.
-I surfed the house of my friend Roddy in Florianopolis.
-I hosted 1 Brazilian guy at my place in Campinas.
-I attended the CS Brazilian National Meeting in Curitiba in 2010.
-Meeting new people
-Experiencing new cultures
-Learning (anything about everything)
Music, Movies, and Books
-When it comes to music, I enjoy both classic and contemporary, it's really an eclectic collection: the beatles, nirvana, the doors, the who, the police, the cure, aerosmith,incubus, red hot chili peppers, muse, oasis, the killers, etc.
-Books: Lord of the Rings, The Pillars of the Earth, The Rage of Aquiles, The Last Catón.
-Movies, comedies all the way: The Anchorman, Old School, Superbad, 40 Year Old Virgin, (I can appreciate a good drama too XD). Some action suspense drama too: american gangster, the departed, pulp fiction.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
-I once climbed down an entire 45 meter waterfall by myself! (I know is not much, but is the only adventure experience I have so far haha).
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, United States, Venezuela
Countries I’ve Lived In