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Collect coffee beans from all over and then spend days/ week/ months and years tasting them all :)
I am a designer, traveller, and a travel blogger (http://www.sid-thewanderer.com/ ) who loves people more than everything else. I derive my passion by interacting with the people and learning more about them and their cultures through stories - I consider myself a curator of stories :) I am also extremely passionate about inspiring the world around me to travel more, as I truly believes that only travelling can break barriers and make us more tolerant of our differences. I hope sometime in my lifetime, I could throw my passport in a bin and travel freely across the world :)
I am very friendly and can usually connect easily with most strangers...somehow I always find people most interesting and maybe that's why travels to new places has so much value to me.
I always make friends wherever I go, and make an effort to keep up with them.
I write about some of my travel experiences on my travel blog and about other stuff at http://www.siddharthajoshi.com/
I share most of my pictures at Instagram - http://instagram.com/siddharthajoshi
I am very liberal
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I have couchsurfed about six times and I absolutely love the whole concept. I am just amazed why the whole world isn't already doing this...its one way to connect with people, especially as societies are getting so fragmented...
I am in India now and ready to host visitors here :)
Excellent so far :)
Traveling, hiking, photography, meeting new people, exploring new places, coffee, movies, trying out new adventures
Music, Movies, and Books
Oh yes, all of it and tons of it. I love books, and always have one in my bag (well now a kindle often)...for me its the easiest way to connect to people!
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I was in a small town called 'Tawang' on the Eastern India-Border, and spent the new year's eve alone with the locals and in a quaint Buddhist Monastery...it was quite an experience! For a few moments, I remember having no thoughts at all...felt like bliss.
Countries I’ve Visited
Australia, France, Germany, India, Italy, Jordan, Nepal, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
India, United States