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Born and bred in a small town near the south coast of Brittany. I left France when I was barely 20 and have been living overseas ever since. My journey brought me to London, Berlin, Valencia in Spain and Rosario in Argentina.
I am a blogger and passionate marketing consultant currently living in Argentina.
I love online marketing and created half a dozen of blogs and currently manage 2 of them.
"Rosario Connection" - http://www.rosarioconnection.com/ a travel guide about the beautiful city of Rosario in Argentina, where I have been based for the last 2 years and a second blog called "Anywhere in the World" - http://www.sabinefep.com/ - an expatriation guide to help people live a better life overseas while creating their own dream job using online branding and social media.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I am a member of a couple of CS groups in Rosario and also organize a monthly event for French speaking people in Rosario, I have met many travelers in the last 6 months. I get quite a lot of emails from couch surfers directly on CS or on my website Rosario Connection.
I have attended CS events in Rosario, I love meeting people while they are travelling and getting to know their adventures.
meeting people, learning about new culture, learning foreign languages, being a foreigner in a country (without being a tourist!!!),charity work, cooking. I am a natural connector, I love connecting people with each other so I attend a lot of events in Rosario and also organize my own meet ups.
Music, Movies, and Books
Anything by Paul Auster or John Irving.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
A 4000km trip in Northern Argentina, from Iguazu Falls to Salta via Tucuman and Cafayate.
Teach, Learn, Share
I have been an expat for the last 15 years (in 4 different countries) and I know what it feels like to arrive in a new country, to look for a job in a country where you barely speak the language, to make new connections and try to fit in your new community.
I have decided to share my experience with others and assist them in their own journey through my blogs.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Monaco, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In
Argentina, France, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom