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Discover Rome :)
I'm always looking for possibilities of traveling and meeting people. I think that couchsurfing helps to open our minds and understand another people, their culture and customs. I believe that the idea of CS, especially opening up our houses to the guests, sharing food with them, spending time and having fun together, talking about our experiences can help us to be more and more open-minded and cross our limits!
J'aime les choses simples: la vie, les relations et la recette de tiramisu au chocolat.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
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Theater, books, newspapers, sport (gym, jogging in the forest, squash, shooting), cooking, walks, especially in the mountains.
Music, Movies, and Books
La vie des autres (Das Leben der Anderen) - genial !!!, Good Will Hunting, The Double Life of Véronique, Chambre avec vue, La nostra vita, At Full Gallop (Cwał), Au seuil de la vie.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
1. Daily life with my family.
2. Crying from happiness.
3. Hospitality of people in the mountains in Crete when I get lost - I didn't count but I think that by signs with Greek letters I was lost almost at every crossroad :P
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach Polish language or Polish cooking - pierogi, bigos, gołąbki, szarlotka, even golonka :D I cook a great Polish soup "rosół". I learned from my guests how to do Tunisian bricks or Lebanon man’oushe. I can share my experience of studying and working in France.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, San Marino, Slovakia, Turkey, Ukraine, United States, Vatican City State
Countries I’ve Lived In