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Have grown up in my hometown (Uralsk). Studied there. Work and live in Almaty now. In Almaty I can share a studio apartment that I live in. I'm an easy going person, open to people of all walks of life. Our world is full of diversity and I'm more than happy to find new friend regardless of race, religion, and all other things that seem to differentiate us but should they?
Also, I'm an admin of Almaty Couchsurfing group in Telegram where a bunch of local and foreign CSers get together to hike, organize events, parties etc, and city guests can ask for advise, look for companions when it comes to discovering the neighborhood..
Feel free to join the group using the link below:
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I'm a kind of person, that like meeting new people, introducing them to my world to the reasonable limits of course )) and getting to know them better.
The whole idea lying behind the concept of Couchsurfing strongly influenced me several years ago. Before I realized CS exists I was actually thinking myself on how easy it is to make this idea come true, wandering at the same time why no one had worked it out yet. I intuitively perceived that this pattern of social interaction should exist already as it's something natural for most people to share and accept.
They are many))
- board games
- techno music
- science fiction
- lord of the rings
Music, Movies, and Books
The lord of the rings, Silmarillion, Amber chronicles by Roger Zelazny, techno music
What I Can Share with Hosts
Tea, coffee, kitchen appliances to cook 😊
Countries I’ve Visited
Armenia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Russian Federation, South Korea, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In