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To live simply, enjoy life, continue learning and growing, and meet interesting people from all over the world.
I am a pretty easy-going girl, and am usually down for any adventure. After graduating college and having no idea what I wanted to "do" with my life, I decided to apply for a program as an English langage assistant in Ubrique, Spain. I had traveled before, but actually living abroad has opened my eyes to a world of endless growth and possibilities. I'm just taking it one step at a time and enjoying the ride.
Never stop learning and growing.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Living abroad for the first time this year, I have just recently learned of the beauty of couch surfing. I have met so many friendly, wonderful people along my travels that have opend their hearts and homes to me. I feel this network is a great way for me to continue meeting people and to open my home and share my experiences with others as well.
My interests include travel, meeting people, working with children, being outdoors, listening to live music... I've also recently started to learn to dance salsa and bachata, I love the music and it's so much fun! Another interesting hobby of mine is geocaching - google it, it's awesome.
- live music
- outdoor activities
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Living in this small town in the south of Spain is something I never would have pictured myself doing, but I could not be more grateful for the experience. The people of Ubrique have opened their homes and hearts to me and accepted me into their community. I have learned so much from many incredible people here. My favorite thing about traveling are the interesting people you meet along the way and sometimes run into again at a different time or place. It's a constant reminder that el mundo es un pañuelo!
Teach, Learn, Share
You will never be done learning. Every day is a new experience you can learn from, and your actions can impact others in a way you never thought possible.
Countries I’ve Visited
France, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In
Spain, United States