Sma is Sma

Marseille, France

Sma is Sma

Marseille, France

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  • 78 References 48 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English, Romanian; learning French, German, Greek (modern), Italian, Spanish
  • 28, Female
  • Member since 2007
  • hitchhiking, dumpster diving, reading, living, learning, ...
  • Travel most of all, also UCSB.
  • No hometown listed
  • Profile 65% complete

About Me


Change myself, make my own adventures, learn to live to the fullest!! Hitchhike everywhere! Get over my damn shyness! :) (also staying out of the rat race for as long as possible!)


Unless my profile is open for hosting, then probably I am hitchhiking and vagabonding through this planet..and no idea when I will stop. If you plan to meet me, please make sure you read my "Couch Information" section =)

I aim to fill my life with things that make me happy. Being surrounded by amazing people, real adventures, shared communities of people living together, learning & building & constantly changing to become a better person.

I'm learning, growing, changing ALL THE TIME. My beliefs are changing constantly! Try to understand and correct me if you can, and show me your point of view as well. Also, unless you want to talk about trash or hear stupid jokes, don't expect me to be neither interesting nor sociable. i am actually very shy in many ways, so, the lower your expectations the better! :)


These links describe very well the way in which I aim to live: & Trying hard to learn how to live the moment, appreciate every new experience..enjoy what I've got and if I don`t like something, change it. Change environment-->change your life :)

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I travel mainly for the people..!likes: time spent with people, doing things with hosts, things they would normally do even if i wasn't there..real life stuffdislikes: being a tourist, spending money


feeling freedom, diminishing fear, extreme sharing, hitchhiking, jumping TGV trains when possible, cycling, long walks, eco-villages, squats, alternative communities, making many incredibly stupid jokes and people who can laugh at them :) and people who also make me laugh, making true friends, learning and being immersed in different cultures, not wasting life, not depending on this screwed up capitalist system, blowing soap bubbles, playing games with people(good day bob, blind walking, spoons, settlers of catan, carcassonne, shadow hunter, dixit, last night on earth, citadelles, mao), doing crazy unusual things, climbing tall places, going where we're not supposed to, finding treasures, exploring beaches & abandoned buildings, kindness (giving & receiving), dumpster diving (one of my biggest hobbies!), vegan ideas people & food, queer & feminist struggles, anarchism & anarchist ideas to bring people together, languages, using computers to help me grow but not letting them take over my life..

Music, Movies, and Books

Movies..Le fabuleux destin d'Amelie Poulain, Lost in Translation, Rat race, Battle Royale, Oceans 11,12,13, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Singing in the rain, Up in the air, Battle of Seattle, V for Vendetta, La vita e bella, Harold & Maude, Spaceballs, etc, & many many Anime & tv series..basically most things that teach me something about life..Books are few but I`m working on it :) so far: (My) Ishmael, 1984, Little brother, The story of B, The power of NOW, Days of love, nights of war, Off the map, The Ethical Slut, Annie on my mind, Dykes to watch out for comic, Led by DestinyAlso constantly reading blogs of amazing people..I have a list of them here

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done


Teach, Learn, Share

I enjoy teaching Romanian/English if people wish to learn; Computers too. Cooking some really simple deserts..learning to cook vegan stuff lately :), Fixing flat tires on bikes, Also, hitchhiking, dumpster diving, living cheaply but bursting with happiness every single day..

Would really like to learn more languages..spanish & french in particular..but anything else would be nice too!
I'm trying to read more books so feel free to recommend, learn to play basic harmonica, learn to cook for other people(especially deserts!), learn about building communities, bike fixing, busking without many talents, immigration stuff, animal rights, healthier/eco-friendly lifestyles, world history, anarchism, etcetc

Please teach me how to be less judgemental of people but at the same time not to become ignorant instead, to peel off more layers of conditioning would be that and I will love you! :P I'm nowhere near as open as I would like to be :(

Countries I’ve Visited

Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Monaco, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States

Countries I’ve Lived In

Chile, Romania, United Kingdom, United States

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