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Learn the language and the food of S. America
Ahh, tough question. Here to travel and learn Spanish before the money runs out. Not sure when that is going to be, but looking forward to being in South America as long as possible. Am a trained chef, looking to expand my horizons on the food front as well as the language front. I'm very understanding and polite, a habit hammered into me from my Midwestern parents.Also considered funny by people whom I consider funny, so, well, whatever that means. I appreciate people who are interesting, so I try to be interesting too.
Life is too short to waste it doing uninteresting things.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I don't have a couch now, but will when I return to the U.S. Not sure if it will be Washinton, DC, or on the West Coast, but I love the idea of CS and will fully support it on the back end in the U.S.
None so far.
Cooking, history, charity, woodworking, bicycles, oil tankers, chess, checkers, chinese checkers, chinese food, Chinese people, Chinese made toys, lead, leaden objects, hammers, tools in general, beers of the world, beers of the third world, animals, candlelight dinners, long walks on beaches, Shasta, and orange segments.
- chinese food
Music, Movies, and Books
Lolita, U2, Fletch, Marx Brothers, The Stars my Destination, Lonesome Dove, Wedding Crashers, Travels with Charley, anything Steinbeck.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Oh, where to begin...?
Teach, Learn, Share
Lived in Africa. Haven't seen shit that compares to there. Life is as hard as you want to make it. Be aware, be comfortable, and you won't fail.