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Hi this is Shandana, I am studying political philosophy at New York University though i like to call myself a cultural anthropologist and I LOVE To travel!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
To travel and meet locals wherever I go. I think it's an incredible place to help travellers from all over the world feel welcome whereever they are. So just to be a part of this amazing network!
In all my travels I have realised that food is such an essential part of a city. But even more so , people! I have met such incredible people who have not only told me the best local places to visit but also shown me their cities in a competely different way than I saw them. I have made such great friends and have learnt so much from our conversations! And yes I make pen friends and I still write letters and emails in this age of Facebook and Twitter
- music festivals
- italian food
- live music
- good conversation
- asian food
- walking tours
- french cuisine
Music, Movies, and Books
South Asian music
I read lot of diverse books from litearature to fiction to academic readings.
It's funny how much cinema I have yet to watch, but I'm always open to watching classics or even modern day action films haha.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Walking on Brooklyn bridge, Sunset in Zadar, Croatia. Sunrise at alexander bridge in Paris, a day on Zurich lake..... Words cannot descibe how beautiful it was!
Teach, Learn, Share
I have travlled to seven differnt countries and have stories from all over the world! Also my interests in philosophy, culture and literature (being a social scientist) usually helps a lot in having a fun conversation, and I cook great good!
What I Can Share with Hosts
I believe that each human has an incredible story to tell so understanding! Coversations and hopefully a new friendship!
Oh and also I can cook a great Pakistani meal for you!
Countries I’ve Visited
Croatia, France, Germany, Malta, Portugal, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Pakistan, United Kingdom, United States