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AUG 2014 ~ NOV 2014 .PL- Wroclaw Krakow Katowice Warsaw .HR- Split Hvar Sibenik Zadar Karlovac Zagreb Ploce Korcula Dubrovnik .BA- Jajce Travnik Mostar Sarajevo Srebrenica Polcitelj .ME- Kotor Budva .AL- Shkoder Tirana Berat Gjirokaster .MK- Ohrid Skopje .TR- Istanbul Izmir Selcuk Kusadasi Sirince Pamukkale Ucisar Trabzon Dogubayazit .IR- Tabriz Tehran Na'in Esfahan Shiraz Bandar-abbas .AE- Dubai
NOV 2013 ~ AUG 2014 .Working Holiday- Berlin, DE .NL- Amsterdam Rotterdam
SEP 2013 ~ NOV 2013 .DE- Frankfurt am main .HR- Pula Rijeka Zadar Split .BA- Mostar Sarajevo Visoko .MK- Prilep Bitola Krusevo Skopje .RS- Nis Beograd Novi-sad .RO- Timisara .SK- Zvolen Poprad Zilina
AUG 2013 ~ AUG 2013 .IR- Tehran Esfahan Shiraz Yazd Kashan
JUN 2012 ~ JUL 2012 .RU- Moscow .DE- Berlin Dresden .CZ.- Prague Budejovice Krumlov .AT- Salzburg Vienna .SI- Ljubljana Skofja loka Koper .HR- Pula Plitvice Zadar Split .BA- Mostar Sarajevo .ME- Kotor Budva .KS- Pristina .MK- Skopje, Bitola, Prilep, Krusevo .BG- Sofija
JUN 2011 ~ JUL 2011 .RU- Moscow Sankt-peterburg Vladimir Suzdal' Sergiev posad .FI- Helsinki .EE- Tallinn
1. I am addicted to Slavic languages, people or sometimes histories, especially the balkans, the seaside only. Jadransko more je lijepo. 2. I am a big fan of Architecture, Communist apartment blocks are my favourite architecture style. 3. Always listen to the song Igra bez granica, at least once a day. 4. To be a good singer inside the shower.
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
This is Hong Kong, a small town with only skyscrapers. We don't have a lot historical architectures here because of the modernisation of urban area, but still there are some uniques, if you try to find them out. I love taking photos for architecture and scenery. If you would like to discover the old district of Hong Kong, let's say walk a long public housing estates, have a leisure meal in a traditional Hong Kong style restaurant, you are invited to go with me, but of course everything depends on my school and work schedule.
Galina and Mikhail in Moscow-Russia, June 2011
Aron and Nysa in Tallinn-Estonia, July 2011
Harri in Helsinki-Finland, July 2011
Sasha in Moscow-Russia, July 2011
Igor and Sveta in Moscow-Russia, June 2012
Zhamal in Berlin-Germany, June 2012
Joris and Petra in Dresden-Germany, June 2012
Petr in Prague-Czech Republic, June 2012
Georg and Oscar in Salzburg-Austria, June 2012
Chenfu in Vienna-Austria, June 2012.
Aljosha and Alexandra in Shkofja Loka-Slovenia, June 2012.
Boris in Zadar-Croatia, July 2012.
Vuk in Podgorica-Montenegro, July 2012.
Joe and Deljan in Sofija-Bulgaria, July 2012.
Alex in Moscow-Russia, July 2012.
Armin in Tehran-Iran, August 2013.
Mina in Esfahan-Iran, August 2013.
Niloofar in Kashan-Iran, August 2013.
Mohammad in Kashan-Iran, August 2013.
Abbas in Tehran-Iran, August 2013.
Tatjana in Frankfurt(M)-Germany, September 2013.
Johann in Frankfurt(M)-Germany, September 2013.
Ivan in Rijeka-Croatia, September 2013.
Boris in Zadar-Croatia, October 2013.
Taso from Mostar-BiH, in Mostar-BiH, October 2013.
Jovan in Pancevo-Serbia, October 2013.
Srdjan in Novi sad-Serbia, October 2013.
Richard in Zbyňov-Slovakia, October 2013.
Wiktor in Berlin-Germany, May 2014.
Mario and Tereza in Berlin-Germany, May 2014.
Oleg from Moscow-Russia, in Moscow, June 2011.
Andrey from Moscow-Russia, in Moscow, June 2011.
Ben from Malaysia, in Moscow, July 2011.
Brigitte from Graz-Austria, in Hong Kong, October 2011.
Aberdeen from the Philippines, in Hong Kong, October 2011.
Luca from Munich-Germany, in Hong Kong, December 2011.
Ksenija from St. Peterburg-Russia, in Hong Kong, February 2012.
Lars from Boras-Sweden, in Hong Kong, May 2012.
Oleksandr and Dima from Kyiv-Ukraine, in Hong Kong, May 2012.
Ivana from Zagreb-Croatia, in Hong Kong, May 2012.
Adam from Newcastle-England, in the Balkans, June 2012.
Deni from Mostar-BiH, in Mostar-BiH, July 2012.
Taso from Mostar-BiH, in Mostar-BiH, July 2012.
Mac from Krakow-Poland, in Hong Kong, October 2012.
Ivan from Krk-Croatia, in Hong Kong, October 2012.
Vitalij from Novosibirsk-Russia, in Hong Kong, November 2012.
Mark from Vladivostok-Russia, in Hong Kong, November 2012.
Wayfa from Hong Kong, in Hong Kong, December 2012.
Peggy from Hong Kong, in Hong Kong, December 2012.
Jefferson from Singapore, in Hong Kong, December 2012.
Đorđe from Srbija/Switzerland, in Hong Kong, January 2013.
Draško from Canada/Srbija, in Hong Kong, January 2013.
Viktor from Karlovac-Croatia, in Hong Kong, January 2013.
Denis, Denis and Tamila from Kiev, Ukraine, in Hong Kong, March 2013.
Yani from Burgas-Bulgaria, in Hong Kong, March 2013.
Marko from Banja Luka-BiH, in Hong Kong, March 2013.
Maciek from Warsaw-Poland, in Hong Kong, June 2013.
Hamid from Iran, in Tehran-Iran, August 2013.
Navid from Iran, in Tehran-Iran, August 2013.
Mohammad T. from Esfahan-Iran, in Esfahan, August 2013.
Mohammad A. from Shiraz-Iran, in Shiraz, August 2013.
Francesco from Venice-Italy, in Shiraz, August 2013.
Niu Ye from Tianjin-China, in Shiraz, August 2013.
Mohammad M. from Shiraz-Iran, in Shiraz, August 2013.
Janet from Hong Kong, in Zadar-Croatia, August 2013.
Johnathan from Tours-France, in Split-Croatia, August 2013.
Deni from Mostar-BiH, in Mostar-BiH, October 2013.
Milos from Nis-Serbia, in Nis-Serbia, October 2013.
Met-In CS meeting
Gus from Hong Kong, in Hong Kong, January 2013.
Grace from Hong Kong, in Hong Kong, March 2013.
Stéphanie from France, in Hong Kong, March 2013.
Alexey in Hong Kong, March 2013.
Younes in Esfahan, August 2013.
Amin in Esfahan, August 2013.
Rasool in Esfahan, August 2013.
Mehdi in Esfahan, August 2013.
Olena from Ukranine, January 2012.
Leana from Porec-Croatia, May 2012.
If I have free time, I will draw some floor plans for
my dream house, and try to model them in Autocad/3DS
As I have mentioned, I am really interested in
Slavonic languages. Recently I am focusing in
Bosanki/Hrvatski, because of their relatively
easy classification of masculine, feminie and neutral
nouns, this is definitely an advantage for a beginner
of Slavonic languages.
To capture the joyful, memoriable moment when
I love the feeling of everything seems just happened.
Toše Proeski - Igra bez granica
Wave - Piece of heaven
Al' Dino - Kopriva
Vlado Georgijev - Bolesni od ljubavi
Besides, I really love the song "Can you feel the love
tonight" in different languages, and also the song
"Con te partiro".
Definitely - Ćevapčići from the Balkans
and also Bosnian girls, they are HOT ...
Myself personally is lack of self-esteem, I
suppose, or I pretend to be not. I don't have much to
teach but to learn all the time, and bring laughter to
I realise that I have a quite empty life when I
was 19 and seeking for solutions all the time, try to
learn something to enrich myself. I do not have
attractive looking, height, characteristic, what I can
only do right now is to learn languages and make my
database to be plentiful.
I am always open for learning new language, and
personally focusing on slavic languages because of
their similarity, may be.
I have a huge plan in my mind for relocating to
Germany for study, so I'd better start learning
I am sure that sharing depends on moods, sometimes
I can tell stories like an old uncle but sometimes I
can be silent, saying nothing for couples of hours. I
hope this description will not let you feel scared
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Germany, Hong Kong
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