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Just got back from a year and a half abroad in Brazil and India! Now I'm taking some time to get to know my home country a little better!
Unfortunately, I can't accept guests at the moment because I haven't moved in to my new apartment in Boston yet, but look forward to paying forward the incredible hospitality that I've received in other countries.
I love traveling, learning languages, meeting new people and good conversation. I've been fortunate enough to live abroad for the past two years and meet tons of amazing people along the way. Soonish, I'm headed back to the Boston area to begin a new job - fortunately, it involves lots of travel and adventure even though it's mostly stateside.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Most of my experience has been in Brazil where I met a number of my closest friends there through couchsurfing! I'm hoping to use CS to meet some interesting folks and make some good friends when arrive in Bangalore next month!
So far, I've surfed with two hosts and hosted several travelers, all of which have been fantastic, eye-opening experiences.
Travel. Learning languages. Art and history. Hiking. Staying physically active wherever I go.
Music, Movies, and Books
Don Quixote, 100 Años de Soledad, Good Will Hunting, Brothers Karamazov
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Patagonia in Argentina and Chile is hands down the most beautiful place I've ever been.
What I Can Share with Hosts
I love to cook and I'm especially fond of baking - I'll happily make cookies for my hosts!
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, France, India, Spain, United Kingdom, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In
Argentina, Brazil, India, United States