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To see the world.
I love to eat, drink, laugh and hear stories. I can be a bit shy at first but I always warm up in the end. I'm laid back and I sometimes have a child's curiosity. I think we are all connected. I don't follow any religions but I have a strong desire to learn of them.
E aí galera!
To aqui no Brasil até 2015 pra conhecer a pais. Já fui para Salvador e agora to em São Paulo até fim de Abril. No mês que vem, maio, vou pro rio.
Sou dos estados unidos e to aprendendo português.
Quero conhecer pessoas legais pra conhecer a cidade verdadeira. Então se vcs tem dicas ou sabem lugares legais não bem conhecidos, me conta. Gosto de explorar e achar coisas novas.
Don't force it.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I participate by hanging out with people and sharing stories and ideas. A good meal, laugh and sometimes even an argument can cement a lifelong friendship.
I've never 'surfed' on someone's couch but I've met some really nice folks through the couchsurfing gatherings.
Music; all types, working with my hands, singing(I'm pretty poor at it), reading, eating interesting dishes, conversing with people and hearing their stories.
- jet skiing
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies: Hotel Rwanda, Enemy of the state, Bamboozled(Spike Lee is my favorite Director)Harry Potter(what can I say)Color Purple, Hav Plenty, I Robot, The Whiz, Music: Anthony Hamilton(his latest is the greatest), Donny Hathaway, Mint Condition, reggae, classic rock, some country, tribal beats, Books: "The souls of black folk", non-fiction, biographies, How-to books, cookbooks.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I've zip lined in Tagatay, PI. I've gone jet skiing in the Bahamas. Swam in the clear waters of cancun. Eaten a great breakfast in Tokyo.
Teach, Learn, Share
Being from Texas, I'm decent on the barbecue. The secret is to control the fire.
I'm learning Brazilian Portuguese. It's a beautiful language and so excited about being able to converse with Brazilian natives.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bahamas, Japan, Mexico, Philippines, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In