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keeping up with my english and meeting people around the globe
Well !!. I'm eager to learn new things all the time and make the best of my time is a must!. I work many hours but I always find a gap to do the things I like. By the way I'm crazy about walking, if you know my city, I've walked from "Belgrano to San telmo" and that's just fine for me. I also enjoy cultural events, Going to theaters,museums, Partying or Clubbing, Meeting up friends. I'm quiet sometimes but people always ended up saying they had a really good time with me.
I'm not really a philosopher type but " Make the best of it " whatever it is !
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I'm new to this CouchSurfing experience but I'm pretty sure I'll share my part... looking forward to doing it.
I'm interested in having language exchanges in general as I find it's one of the best ways to really get to know someone. I'd glad as well to share the things this nice city can provide.
Music, Movies, and Books
Books: The Messiah Code ( Michael Cordy ); The Vampire Chronicles, Lestat and others by Anne Rice); The Decameron ( Giovanni Boccaccio).
Music: Wide range. Classic rock, 80's 90's , Tango ( Piazolla, Bajofondo) Classical music ( Liszt: Transcendental Etudes ; Chopin: Polonaises )
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Once I was with a friend in trip to Mendoza, we just got off the route and started walking through the mountains without purpose, just we and nature. Being in Tarija, Boliva and in La Paz close to the Illimani, my mountain in the world.,.
Teach, Learn, Share
I could teach you Spanish in many ways, not just Conversational Skills, Grammar is welcome as well. Share as much as I can about Buenos Aires and having fun!.
I want to learn about languages, specially English and I'm open to Portuguese. Generally I expect to learn about what you want to offer while having a good time.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In