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I left my job in brazil in July 2021 nd I've been on the road since August the same year. I don't know where this is leading me to, but I keep going. From times to times I need to work on seasonal jobs to get some money to keep going. I worked in Andorra during the whole winter season of 2021/2022. At this moment when I'm writing this update in Croatia. I also do some volunteer work in exchange for accomodation and food through Workaway and WorldPacker.
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At the moment I don't have the time to be creative so I will just give a fair description of myself. I love travelling and could say I'm kind of cosmopolit guy. I'm an really easy-going person ( not me saying that heheh) and really would like meeting travellers to hear about their experiences. Right now I haven't been able to travel so much, at least not in the physical world, but I'd love to travel on sharing experience with other couchsurfers,
Like Bon Jovi said once:
"It's my life/ It's now or never/ I ain't gonna live forever/ I just wanna live while I'm alive"
"Não faça com ninguém o que não gostaria que fosse feito com você"
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
In my city: Are you nearby and want somebody to show you the city or just hang out and have a talk? You can get in contact with me! Depending on the situation, I might even be able host :)
Abroad: I try to be the best surfer possible. I am talkative and I love to learn other people experiences and share my own.
In 2014 I started to really experience Couchsurfing, although I'had gone to some events of CouchSurfing community in my city before. In the beggining of the year, I backpacked here in South America for 2 months, where I surfed some couches and met many Couchsurfers. Back home, as I can't host, I try to help people the most I can and help them to know better my city. It has been really nice. I learn a lot from others Couchsurfers and I expect to use that in my mission to live life.
I've done many trips, abroad and in Brazil. In 2016, I went to live in Spain as an exchange student, I travel around Western Europe, when I had the opportunity to visit many Capital cities, and couchsurfing was a key tool that improved my experience.
I've also hitchhiked here in Brazil. i was able to meet amazing people who hosted me on my way.
I am really grateful that Couchsurfing exists. It actually was a turnpoint for me.
- scuba diving
- brazilian music
Music, Movies, and Books
It´s quite hard. I have my moments. I am quite eclethic, so I can listen to almost everything, depending on the moment. But one true thing is that I LOVE brazilian music.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
In 2014, I backpacked here in SouthAmerica. I've travelled through Chile, Argentina, Bolivia and Peru for 2 months, which was worthy as a whole life. I experienced walking alone for 2 hours in the Atacama desert, did bungeejump in an argentinian Lake a and rode down The death Road in Bolivia on a bike ad took an 1-hour climbing stairs to the Wonderful sight of Macchu Pichu in Peru.
In 2016, I went to live in Granada, Spain, as an exchange student. it was my first time in Europe and also the first experience living abroad. I did a lot of amazing things, as the Camino de Santiago in Spain with a friend. We did the "Camino Primitivo". It took us 12 days walking to get to Santiago. Although all the pain, we got there!
Also during my time in Spain, I went to a "Romería", an catholic procession that took place in Andújar, Spain. I friend invited me to join his family during the event. i am not the religious kind of gain, but I must admit that It was an incredible experience. There I was invited to a TV show where I was interviewed by the main TV chain of South Spain and you can watch it on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybbiJftRimY&t=8358s (I appear at 2h11m40s)
Travelling to Morocco, sleeping one night at the Sahara Desert, looking at the stars.
In 2018, I hitchhiked all the way from Brasilia to Santa Fe, in Argentina. Initially, it was supposed to be only a 2-wks trip. I enjoyed doing it so much that I kept going further for 5wks in total. I had the opportunity to visit many old friends and also make some other valuable friendships.
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach how to cook some famous brazilian dishes :) I can share my traveling experience. And I'd love to learn anything that You might have to teach me.
What I Can Share with Hosts
I try to be the best surfer possile. I like to get to know my host and make friends. I love sharing my experiences and also listening to my host's. I can cook delicious brazilian food and introduce my host to the best of brazilian music!!!
Countries I’ve Visited
Albania, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Croatia, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, Peru, Qatar, Spain, Turkey
Countries I’ve Lived In
Andorra, Brazil, Spain