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Find a balance between studying and traveling the world.
My name is Terese and I love traveling. Am studying medicine at the moment.
Don't worry, be happy.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
By exchanging and meeting new interesting people!
I have couchsurfed once only, but I have met a lot of couchsurfers at cs-reunions and just for a coffee. Mostly in Bolivia where I had a great time couchsurfing in La Paz.
Music. Books. Dancing. Movies (especially alternative ones). Chilling. Traveling. Languages. Gym.
Music, Movies, and Books
Reggae. Dancehall. Hip Hop. Salsa. Bachata. Arabic music don't know the genre. Frank Ocean (just love him).
Recent best book I read was called "Honour" by Elif Shafak. Beautifully written and interesting story.
Saw a movie called "Storm över Anderna" just recently about the Senderistas in Perú. I like that kind of movie.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Pisco is a fallen city to remember and love for life! It doesn't have much to attract the tourists but there is a wonderful small organization called Pisco sin fronteras which is doing its best to rebuild the city after the earthquake.
The lost city trekk in Colombia was great! It was really beautiful views, nice clear rivers and rainforest as far as you could see.
Ghana must have been one of my greatest cultural experience, living with my ghanian friends family in Tarkwa and eating delicious food!
Teach, Learn, Share
Culture is something living, not fixed. It is too easy to explain things by saying "In my culture..." but I think it is simplifying the truth. The truth is more complex than that...
What I Can Share with Hosts
I am quite social and like to have philosophical discussions about life, politics, and everything.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Ghana, New Zealand, Tanzania, Thailand, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In
Spain, Sweden, United States