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my friends always say about me that I'm always cheerful and full of energies. I think this is quite true:) I'm a friendly person. really interested in different cultures and get to know people from all over the world.
I work in the field of tourism, so always happy to see new interesting places and get to know new people!
mis amigos dicen que soy una chica alegre y siempre llena de energias. creo que eso es verdad:) me gusta mucho conocer diferentes culturas y hablar con gente diferente de todo el mundo. hice mi B.A. en estudios de america latina y por eso me interesa mucho la cultura latina y hablar con gente de ahi. ahora hago mi maestria en educacion en la universidad hebrea de jerusalen. tambien trabajo con deligaciones de ustados unidos y de america latina.
intenta a aceptar cada persona como es sin cambiarla.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I had the best experiences ever through CS!
I have the chance to know new places and to experience things, I would never had the chance to go as a normal tourist!
I believe in this concept of networking, of creating a big net of Couch surfers all around the world that have different interests and can find each other easily!
I love dancing very much. I dance salsa for a few years now.
love hanging out with my friends, making dinners together, going to parties and events in the amazing city of Jerusalem.
Conversations with people and get to know their life
- track and field
- table tennis
Music, Movies, and Books
I love israeli music and latin music: salsa, son, bachata, merengue...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The carnaval in barranquilla, colombia. Amazing!!!
Track of all of Israel! so unique and special!
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach spanish, english and hebrew:)
I can teach cuban salsa, basic swing dance and table tennis!
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In