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Live like a local in as many European cities as I can before I have to fly back to reality
I'm a university student from Sydney, Australia on my year abroad in France.
Me and my boyfriend are travelling for pretty much 5 months straight all around Europe.
He is a street artist/skateboarder and all round chiller.
I'm a writing student who doesn't really write all that much.
We are super open-minded people and love meeting new friends from all different cultures and walks of life.
We are trying to avoid the excessive population of Aussies in hostels and that's pretty much why we're keen to couchsurf!
Take opportunities as they come and be good to yourself and others.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I'm a really good cook, I think, so I can cook dinner once in a while. I cook Indian, Mexican, and burgers really well.
My boyfriend Dan loves painting so he'd be happy to paint you a little souvenir to leave behind.
I've couchsurfed in Brussels, Belgium before with a really great couple and their cat Fuffel.
My friends and I cooked dinner on the first night, which we all enjoyed together.
It was really low-key and I enjoyed getting to know Belgium from a local's perspective.
Art, street-art, spirituality, yoga, cooking, films
- street art
Music, Movies, and Books
Dan loves:Buffalo 66, anything Quentin Tarantino
Tash loves: The Dreamers, anything Sofia Coppola, Mean Girls
Dan loves: Hip-hop, immortal technique, KRS one
Tash loves: Warpaint, Best Coast, Girls, The XX, TLC, Beyonce, Destiny's Child
Dan loves: On the Road, Catcher in the Rye, stuff by Mark Twain, anything Salinger
Tash loves: The Great Gatsby, Lolita, On the Road, short stories (e.g. Kafka, Lena Dunham, David Sedaris and also anything Salinger
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
We went to Fiji during cyclone season and it was amazingly sunny and beautiful the whole time we stayed, right up until the moment we got on the bus back to the airport.
That was pretty amazing in itself.