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I will spent the summer of 2013 in Japan. Mainly in Hiroshima but willing to travel the rest of the country, too!
Living in Hannover, Germany most of the time I will start to travel Japan in March. First stop will be Tokyo moving on to my longterm destination Hiroshima in april.
I am a photojournalist and will try to capture japans culture not only in my memories but also in pictures.
Apart from taking pictures I love riding bicycles of any kind. Enjoy vegan food and a good time.
Live and let live.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I just joined and will be traveling Japan for the summer but after I come back to my flat in Hannover I have plenty of room I have shared for the last years on a private level.
Travelling Europe more than once in the drivers seat of some band vans I crashed on quite some couches and meet incredible nice people all around Germany, France and Spain.
Punkrock and Hardcore music, vegan food, road bikes, fixed gear bikes, nice people, alternative kinds of living, martial arts, movies and little dogs.
Music, Movies, and Books
Books: The classics like Moby Dick, Don Quixote, Kafka but also modern stuff like Thomas Harris and Chuck Palahniuk.
Movies: I like about any movies. Good or bad. Most of the time I will find something that's entertaining to me. But I really love Tim Burton movies. TV series liek OZ, the Wire, Treme, Sherlock and of course the best movie ever made Pulp Fiction. Most of Tarantinos stuff is great. But what is all the fuzz about Django about? Don't understand.
Music was my first love... So expect me to sing along to anything from classic rock to punk and hardcore music. Some old school rap and of course rock'n'roll because that's when it all really started.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Riding a broken bike from La Pleine in Marseille to Calelongue druing sunset.
Countries I’ve Visited
France, Italy, Kyrgyzstan, Portugal, Spain, Turkey
Countries I’ve Lived In