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I grew up in a village in the south of Syria called "Bosra Al Cham" declared as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. My village is famous for its huge Roman amphitheater called Nova Trajana Bostra that dates back to the 2nd decade BC.
I had a great childhood full with adventure and nature. I went to school and played the rest of the time as I lived in the neighbourhood along with my cousins. I finished my high school and moved to the beautiful city of Damascus and went to college there. Then I did my Diploma in teaching English for a couple of years. In 2012 I moved to Spain to do my master and I started a project with friends of mine and, for now, i am staying in Granada for another 2 years to finish my PHD.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
CS is one of the things that can help us see the other in a totally different perspective. I am looking forward to learn more about other cultures through CS.
Travelling - Going out - Cooking - Sports - Meeting new people - Learning new languages
- pub crawls
Music, Movies, and Books
I like GOOD music in general. I don´t care about the type or name. I just like music that moves me or makes me dance. I don´t watch movies that much recently, but doing to the cinema is always a great plan.
What I Can Share with Hosts
it depends. If the couchsurfer is nice, open-minded. respectful and interesting, I can show arround, suggest great places to eat tapas and the best pubs and discos. I love cooking and sharing food is always a pleasure, as long as you bring some dessert :P. We have a great terrace and having a conversation with some coffee is my favorite part of the day.
P.S. My place is not a free hostel or just some extra space where you can crash on for a night or two.
Countries I’ve Visited
Italy, Lebanon, Portugal, Spain
Countries I’ve Lived In
Lebanon, Spain, Syrian Arab Republic