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Capture 18 territories and occupy each with two troops.
I'm a young brazilian guy, who likes drinking beer (and other things) and eating at restaurants.
I love to party and dance, although I have two left feet. (can twerk though)
I study Languages at University and work as Portuguese teacher for foreigners. I'm an expert in Tandem, this is my hobby and a nice way to know some intelligent persons (as well as some idiots) and share my knowledge with the world.
I'm totally crazy about difficult or rare/strange languages, so if you speak Navajo, Czech, Lithuanian, Latin, Sanskrit, Inuktitut, Xhosa (...) you will be specially welcome to my life!
Bibat ille, bibat illa,
bibat servus et ancilla,
bibat hera, bibat herus:
ad bibendum nemo serus.
"I thought you'd never ask."
"Deliberando saepe perit occasio."
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I try to grab every opportunity to host people, show the city or simply drink a beer. I'm a kind of addict.
My mother says that I'm crazy, because I talk to strangers, but I just can't control myself.
Food (sushi, pastel, coxinha, watermelon), drinks, lego, party, beautiful people, dance, Super Mario Bros, books, dogs, Friends (the series), movies, music, calligraphy...
Music, Movies, and Books
The Name of the Rose
Ensaio sobre a cegueira (Blindness)
The Cat Empire
The color purple
Priscila, Queen of the Desert
All about my mother
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Beer icecream. It was surreal.
Lavanda icecream. It smells like toilette. Not good.
Tomato chocolate. It's like chocolate with peanuts, but with tomatos instead of peanuts. One of the most amazing horrible thing I saw.
Horse sushi. Yes, the animal horse, raw with japanese rice. It costed the eyes in my face, but tasted not bad at all.
Teach, Learn, Share
Teach: portuguese, japanese, some basic German or Latin, how to make a study plan.
Learn: your language, your point of view, your...? Ah, I would love to learn how to dance (better).
Share: my room, my food, our time.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Czech Republic, Germany
Countries I’ve Lived In