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Learn a new language! That, or skydive. Or both! At the same time..
I'm studying business administration and philosophy in Copenhagen, and loving it. Only one more year left though, and that scares me quite a bit. Generally trying to enjoy and experience what life has to offer - people, travels, music, movies and knowledge, preferably in a combination. Travelling through hospitality instead of hotels is the perfect way to experience this and meet new people who can introduce you to things you didn't even know existed, and I've been looking for more of this ever since being an exchange student in Boston in 09. Having deep conversations over a good beer, where anything random from the point of existence to the existence of points can be the topic, is always enlightening and fun (with enough beers, mostly just fun. But that's good enough!). Been known to be humorous and sarcastic with a heart, but you be the judge.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Meeting people and establishing connections across countries, cultures, languages who all strive to make this world a more interesting one. At least that's how I hope to participate - all new to CS.
Not much, unfortunately.
Music, movies, people, skiing, cycling, travelling, philosophy, festivals.
Music, Movies, and Books
I hate making lists, yet everytime I'm at other peoples place, the first thing I do is inspect their collection of movies, books and music. I find Tarantinos work fascinating, and 12 Angry Men made a lasting impression on me. Find Superbad hilarious, and I usually fall asleep watching Christopher Nolans work.
Listening to a lot of different music, but I kind of lack inspiration for what to listen to right now. So if you got any suggestions, let me know! Pink Floyd has been going on repeat for a while, before that it was Ratatat and CSS. I listened to lot of Korn when I was a kid, go figure. Love going to festivals and shows, and try to capitalize on these opportunities when I travel.
Don't read as much as I would like, find recreational reading hard while I'm studying. Read Pascal Merciers Night Train to Lisbon and found it absolutely inspiring and beautiful, I'm impressed by the research and vision of Jonathan Littells The Kindly Ones, even though I can't figure out if reading it was pain or pleasure. It definitely left me thinking though. Also, Chuck Pahlaniuk usually gets a chuckle out of me (no pun intended... Well, maybe a little one).
Countries I’ve Visited
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Norway, Singapore, Slovakia, Sweden, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Denmark, United States