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We are Roberta & Simon, an italian couple from Turin. We really like travelling but in the old fashion way: avoiding tourism & consumerism vacation, we often hitchhike as a way of travel so that we can really savour the journey, meet local people, get experiences, inspirational moments, find ourself lost in unplanned location.
To deeply discover the culture of a place we apply as volunteers to help and be part of the local community and families.
So we're adventurous hitchhikers, willing to help you in exchange of food and accomodation. We wrote a blog about it, unfortunately only for italian people: www.viaggiareconlentezza.com, it means "travelling slow".
One day we hope we'll find our own place where you will be more than welcome to come and stay, sharing, enjoying, and join us in our daily activities.
To see our references please click here below:
We created an italian blog that is still active:
-The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page. ~St. Augustine
-A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving. ~Lao Tzu
-I travel a lot; I hate having my life disrupted by routine. ~Caskie Stinnett
-Animals are my friends and I don't eat my friends. ~George Bernard Shaw
If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be a vegetarian. ~Paul McCartney
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
We used to partecipate to CS events until CS became a profit industry. I hope they won't ban us for saying so, since we know many people have been banned.
Wwoofing, Volunteering, Cultural Exchanges, Art, Music, Cinema, Travelling, Community life, Eco-villages, Wwoofing.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Travel three months without spending money from TURIN to LISBOA and back
Teach, Learn, Share
Cooking, music, italian culture.
Countries I’ve Visited
Countries I’ve Lived In