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I was born and grew up in Ankara. I'm studying Computer Engineering and used study Philosophy. I love everything about computer. I play tennis. I am a social dancer. I love my parents, my sisters and brother. We are a huge family. Travelling , exploring is part of me.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Firstly I love human. :) I like meeting new people. Especially their life, culture. I wonder that some people in the world how to live, eat, drink, do routine some activities more different than mine. I have so memories in Turkey. It is pleasure to share with everyone. I also like reading history. Yeah I know Turkish history and want to learn those people's history.
Music, Movies, and Books
My favorite musics: Metal Rock, Jazz, Blues, Tradational Local Turkish, Lazish, Kurdish Music.
My favorite films: (old but gold) Matrix, Saw, Pirates of the Caribbean etc.
My favorite Movies: Supernatural, How i Met Your Mother, Prison Break etc.
My favorite Books: War and Peace, Das Kapital, When Nietzsche Wept etc.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I couldn't find any bus in a village. No cars stopped. The truck was coming slowly toward me. It didn't stop also. While it was passing me, I jumped into truck bed. He didn't realize me. We went for 3 hours to small town. When I see bus-station, I decided to go there and left 10 Turkish Lira and a note to driver. The note was like "Thank you for travelling with me. You didn't know a lonely, deperate guest in your truck. I don't know, maybe you are in hurry. I can understand. It is your truck's price. Have a nice trip ;)"
Teach, Learn, Share
I am teaching basic stuff about Linux to someone who wants to learn.
I'm still learning this infinitive universe.
If I have much more money, I want to share some affordable things cuz the gifts make the people happier :)
What I Can Share with Hosts
Funny stories from my journeys
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Switzerland
Countries I’ve Lived In