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Success lies not in being the best but in doing your best
Discover it by yourself while I try to figure out something to write in here.
I promise to do it fast!
There's one word for this item. Challenges. I love challenges in my life and I'm convinced that they are what keeps me with energy to face new days. As someone said on TV I'm neophilic (but that's not bad)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I'm new to it but I always try to provide interesting information to the members of my groups and most of all, participate in all the events I can to get the essence of the project and see what I can do for it.
I haven't any Couchsurfing experience yet apart from the meetings.
The people I've meet there have told me that is really a positive experience so I'm dying to plan a couchsurfing trip around anywhere as soon as I can.
This sounds like more of the same, I know, but actually, that's the way it is: I like reading, travelling and meeting new people.
I love photography, but I'm a newbie and I have a lot to learn in front of me. And finally, cooking is a must in my life. I adore cooking as much as I can but sometimes there's no spare time for it or not too much people to eat what I cook :-)
Music, Movies, and Books
The kabul beauty school, The shadow of the wind, The da vinci code, The woods, the kite runner.
MOVIES: Schindler's list, Monsters Inc, Wall-E, The constant gardener, the Help.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Place Djemaa el Fna during the sunset. It is like you have gone back in time. Mix of flavours, sounds and faces. Lively as life itself.
Wiew from top of the Rock. Silence of the hights only broken by the sound of traffic down in the city. I remained speechless and with a strange sense of being as tiny as a drop of water in the magnificence of the world.
Teach, Learn, Share
I'll fill this item as soon as I start my complete couchsurfing experience.
Countries I’ve Visited
Countries I’ve Lived In