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I want to be acquainted with every single person from all over the world. To reach my goal either i will visit the countries or i will accept guests from all over the world. I will talk about cultural differences and experience new things.
I am an open-minded person. I like to feel independence. I am fearless of trying new things. My aim is to visit all parts of the world. And also know people from all over the world. It makes me exited/renewed to be in a country that i had never been before And to know people from different countries. I hope till my death i visit at least 40 different countries or meet people from 40 different countries :))
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
The people who wants to stay with me will face my tolarance and concern. I can take you to different restaurants that you will experince new tastes. I can take you different touristic places. I can cook you different meals :) And especially at the weekends we can trip many places.
First experience: I met two girls from Austria. Sonya&Sahire. We visited Çamlıca Hill where you can see the Anatolian Part of the İstanbul 360 degree from the hill. Then we went to Beylerbeyi Palace which is under the Boğaziçi Bridge. After that we went to Ortaköy at the European side and ate Kumpir :)
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One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Try to go Greece from İstanbul by Motorbike. We were 2 person in one motorbike. It was windy. Then motorbike broke down so we went to Greece spontaneously.
Riding the bicycle down the hill without brake on the bike.
Stopping tourists in İstanbul randomly and taking photos with them.
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach cooking some Turkish food.
I can teach some massage techniques.
I can share may culture, talk about Turkish local tradition, for example Henna Nights, Turkish weddings, Turkish hospitality.
Countries I’ve Visited
Greece, Italy, Netherlands
Countries I’ve Lived In