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Right now I'm in a goddamn limbo. I don't know what to do after study, I want to do a master, then a phd… and then I don't know what else remains to do…Actually I'm accepting suggestions :) !
Well, describe myself into this short blank space is kinda of a lame idea... but whatever. Like (possible) everyone here, I want to meet new people and see what the world has to show... Of course is impossible to know everything, but I will try my best ;)
I love to read. Everything. Since Herodotus to Tolstoi, including Salinger and Jane Austen... I am also a fan of sociology, psicology and pholosophy (not the hardcore stuff, but I am quite aware of the show business), and Movies. Man, I love movies. From Nicholas Ray to Michael Bay... Well, I am not a very difficult person to pleasure hahaha.
Accept yourself. We are all a bit different, but at the same time equal. It is a very interessant paradox... So I want to see different people with my own eyrs (that's not a antrophological research, thought. I want to travel and meet new people, and if I can spare a bit of money to travel more would be awesome, it's combining the good with the best hahaha)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Well, I lived with my german uncles for three months, my italian uncles for one week and I think they liked me.
Learning to improve my cooking skills with new and exotic recipes, alongside living new experiences without spending money.
Music, Movies, and Books
For now, i love spicy food. Like madly. I'm so going to move to Korea or Thay or Malasya someday.
Books... Have a lot of preferences, but nowadays I need to concentrate more in History, economics and politics, then I'm currently reading liberalism stuff, alongside political and economic theory from the 70's to the 90's (and Gamboa, but this is a exception, I am a huge fan of Jeremias Gamboa, a relatively unknown peruvian writer).
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Partied like crazy in Munich.. And other things not so interesting as that. Like walking all the road to Macchu Picchu, and a couple of other things :)
Teach, Learn, Share
I think that we have a lot to learn with people, no matter who it is.