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Stay healthy and stay happy
I'm an independent person; have a strong character, optimistic atitude and wicked sense of humour. Try to have fun as much as possible since I spend most of my time with numbers and reports at work. I'm good a language and try to pick a few things here and there every time I travelled, unfortunately my hit list is very long and I don't have another chance to come back to the places I have visited and I formost most of everything. I'm a free thinker, however I still take vegetarian food twice a month, strange istn't it. I play sport or go to a gym three to four times a week, trying to keep in shape and fit to travel.
Have a simple and happy life. There might be more than that and I want to save it for new friends to find out.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
A friend of mine told me about this project and I love it. It is such a big help for traveller. Having spread the news about the website and found out that they are really interested in becoming new member. I hope that would help my friends to have better source of information for planning a trip.
Travelling, books, movie, sport, collecting silly souvernirs and magnets, meeting new people and learning new things, shopping whenver I travel.
Music, Movies, and Books
Any kinds of movies are OK, prefer to collect 50's and 60's movies since contemporary movies are easy to find.
More towards pop musis. I really like a few old songs such as My way, bohemian rhapsody and so on.
I can read anything from fantasy, fairy tale to thriller, mystery, however I'm not into horror stuff.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I have climbed the highest peak in the South East Asia early Sep and I'm very pround of my achievement.
Countries I’ve Visited
Australia, Austria, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Laos, Malaysia, New Zealand, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, Vatican City State
Countries I’ve Lived In