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About Me


freedom, happynes & eggcakes


... we will see


fredom, happiness and egg cakes

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I share my place when possible.


I am new in the comunity but did lots of couchsurfing outside the internet. Tha traditional way...



  • dancing
  • partying
  • music
  • science

Music, Movies, and Books

anything is possible!

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

Humans keep on amazing me!... not!

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Silent Disco is a surreal party experience where (usually due to noise curfews) the music is pumped through distributed wireless headphones instead of the speakers. a crazy sight to behold, even crazier to partake in.

Shake your groove thing on the dance floor at the back of the hall. Grab a pair of wireless headphones and dance to the music of a live DJ. The thing is, only those wearing the headphones are hearing the music. Even if you don’t like to dance, the Silent Disco will bring a smile to your face!

Silent Disco: Whether you’re practicing your moves or just in the mood to slam dunk da funk, grab a headset, select your tunes and dance until you drop. The Science Museum does not accept responsibility for the quality of some of the moves you will see this evening.

Many plants and trees are beneficial to mankind, but few are as giving as the Moringa oleifera tree. Moringa trees have a list of medicinal, nutritive, and practical uses that are second to none.

The Moringa tree thrives in arid conditions in Asia and Africa, where it’s known by a variety of names, including clarifier tree, drumstick tree, and horseradish tree. Thanks to its growing popularity, it is formally cultivated in Africa, Central and South America, India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and the Philippines.

Moringa’s Benefits

Living up to its nickname as a ‘Miracle Tree’, Moringa is the basis for many health and nutrition programs funded by various charitable organizations. Experts agree that a Moringa tree contains over 90 bio nutrients, 27 vitamins, 46 antioxidants, all 8 essential amino acids, and minerals, to help in the battle against malnutrition and aid in overcoming a number of illnesses, disabilities, and diseases.

all you need to know about moringa here

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