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To conquer the world one continent at a time!
Nomadic, adventurous, funny, tempestuous, passionate, spontaneous, spunky and unpredictable. I always say..."Don't confuse my personality with my attitude. My personality is who I am. And my attitude depends on who you are." So if I act like a bitch...its because you're being an ass. But other than that...Im totally fun-loving and care free. Anything else, you'll just have to find out for yourself. =)
1. Better late than never.
2.Never apologize for your dreams. If it makes you happy, do it. Life is too short to worry about what others think.
3. Actions speak louder than words. When in doubt, base it on their actions.
4. Try everything once and hope to live another day.
5. Why wait for tomorrow when it isn't promised to you.
6. La Dolce Vita.
7. Live the Life you Imagine.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
As a host: Provide a clean and relaxing room. Organize day tours and show them what Davao has to offer. Take them to the ocean, hit the beaches, encourage them to scuba dive,take them to the mountains,introudce them to other local CSers and stuff them silly with good old fashioned Davao hospitality (with tons of good food!).
As a Surfer: Be a responsible and gracious guest. Cook them a good Filipino dinner. Promote Davao and the Philippines to my hosts and forge new friendships.
For the Pure Joy of Being a CS member: By organizing CS get-togethers, create CS activities where we can socialize and get to know everybody, therefore building a solid CS community in Davao. Cultivating new friendships with local and visiting CSers. And hopefully create a CS discount card in Davao.
Met a lot of great people from across the continents. It's a great place to meet people with similar interests in travel and culture.
San Jose, Costa Rica
Pnom Penh, Cambodia
New Dehli, India
Hosted People from:
Photography, Painting, Art, Architecture, Film, Dancing in the Rain, Riding roller coasters, Laughing out loud, Giving hugs, Reading and Scuba Diving. Anything dealing with the ocean is always a good thing. I love red lipsticks, perfumes, nail polish, massages and foot scrubs. I enjoy jet skiing, riding ATVs and finding great bargains. I also enjoy espressos, milk bubble teas, frozen yogurts, iced Vietnamese coffee, cotton candy, and carnival rides. But most of all...I love, love, LOVE to TRAVEL! So if you like any of the above...chances are we'll get along quite fine. ;-)
- jet skiing
- scuba diving
Music, Movies, and Books
Books: Brida, Tales of a Female Nomad, Time Traveller's Wife, Period Novels, Lonely Planet books, Cookbooks and many, many other fictions.
Music: I like different genres. Everything except rap and old country.
Movies: Karmen, Dangerous Beauty, Malena, Gladiator, Elizabeth, Bridget Jones Diary, and tons more.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
1. Learning the real meaning of generosity while traveling through Japan.
2. Seeing a father hang his little boy out a window of a speeding train to take a dump in India.
3. Flying on a chopper over the Grand Canyon due to an impromptu roadtrip with friends.
4 Being Voodooed into buying a bunch of crappy sculptures in Haiti.
5. Kayaking in Alaskan Waters near giant glaciers & participating in a salmon bake in the woods.
6. Diving a Unesco World Heritage Site in the Sulu Sea: Tubbataha
7. Swimming with whale sharks, getting up close and personal with a giant one and hanging on to its dorsal fin for several minutes.
Teach, Learn, Share
Teach: I can teach you to make a few Filipino dishes like adobo, garlic rice, tinola chicken and sinigang.
Learn: I want to learn kitesurfing, base jumping, Free falling from planes into the ocean. I want to learn how to sail and navigate through stars. But most of all, I want to learn how to photograph like a pro. Its my dream to be given an opportunity to study it and become a travel writer & photographer.
Share: I have learned that preconceived notions about other people, other countries and other cultures is useless. You'll be surprised how wrong these notions could be based on what the media portrays. It is best to learn things not from hearsay, but rather from personal encounters and experiences.
Countries I’ve Visited
Australia, Bolivia, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United States, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In
Canada, Philippines, United States