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I am Priyan, I am recently graduated at Rutgers University, New Jersey. I currently work with a major bank in Atlanta. I lived for a few months in Dallas, Texas. I loved New Jersey, it is one of the most diverse states in the United States. I am from India and have traveled all over India & United States. Last Summer(2015), I am did a month long trip backpacking several cities from the East Coast to West Coast. I have traveled to 40 states in the United States so far! :)
I am a person who diverse interests and passionate about Football, Running, Public Speaking, collecting coins, love animals, and of-course Traveling.
I have got lots of stories to share and yeah, you wanna hear them?!
Then make sure you Meet/Host me :)
I am a very social person and love to experiment different things!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I lam passionate about traveling. I am inspired by travelers who I meet on the way and the ones who come to my city through Couchsurfing.
Couchsurfing is a great opportunity to meet some awesome people all over the world! Its a great movement for connecting travelers.
Everyone I have met is Special and Unique. I love to interact with people and learn a lot about them, their culture and their way of life. They all have an unique story to share. I have learned a lot from them, that makes me plan my future trips.
I am huge Soccer fan and follow my team Arsenal.
I love running and recently completed my first half marathon.
I love traveling and backpacking United States from East Coast to West Coast for a month!
Music, Movies, and Books
I love Electronic Music and this year I am planning to attend Tomorrowland.
I am big into self improvement. My favorite ones are from Malcolm Gladwell, Brian Tracy, Robin Sharma, Jack Canfield
My favorite artists are Red Hot Chilli peppers, Maroon5, Kasabian, Bryan Adams, Linkin Park
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I trekked with my Brother and Cousin in Kodaikanal, popular hill station in South India . We took random trail routes. It was exciting and we had no GPS. It was an adrenaline pump for 6 hours. We stood on the edge of rocks where one slip would made us reach god.
I was part of a Trip called Jagriti Yatra where we had to Live on the train. An annual train trip around India for young people interested in entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship to bring innovative, proactive change to India. This trip is the longest train trip in the world- 8000 km covered in 15 days, while living on the train with 450 fellow entrepreneurs!
Another Awesome thing was we were in Velankani, the church town on the Bay of Bengal in Tamil Nadu, India on a Tsunami warning day. It was a period of heavy storm where many people died in the surrounding areas. Still we walked across the shore, what was surprising was many devotees who came to visit the church were all on the sea!! Power of Nature and God!!
Teach, Learn, Share
Learning is one thing I always believe in and do day in/day out. Thats why I read numerous articles online and books to update myself.
Couchsurfing is awesome because we learn about that city from a local. What more than learning from a local than reading a book or online reviews.
Countries I’ve Visited
India, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
India, United States