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Be an experienced traveler
I am kind of an easy person to please and very free spirited. I love travelling & meeting new people from around the world. The culture & stories that you bring to me are truly a valuable arsenal of knowledge.
People who are hilarious are always making me feel more comfortable to be around.
I like listening to rock, rap, hip-hop and even symphony or jazz.
I can rap a little bit, too.
I often spend my free time reading newspaper, books or watching movies.
You were born original, don't die a copy cat.
Stay hungry and stay foolish
Where there's a will, there's a way
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I'd like to collect as much info from experienced travelers through CS. Moreover, I'd also like to show my lovely country to any visitor who need a free guide.
I am a newbie to CS. I hope to meet many like-minded people who join CS to better our world.
Good books or catchy rap songs will definitely grab my attention. I also love watching blockbuster movie in cinema and playing sport. Volleyball is my jam.
My favorite sports are badminton, swimming, running.
Music, Movies, and Books
My favorite books include: the Hunger Games, Catching fire and Mockingjay, The thinking fast and slow, The life of pi, Tipping points, Freakonomics, the Lost Symbol etc.
My favorite films such as Inception, The Dawn Treader, Titanic.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Snorkel and discover Lusong Gunboat at Coron
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach Vietnamese for any passionate travelers.
I'm also able to play volleyball and swim quite well; so, I can teach you some moves if you interest.
I want to learn about your cultures, your experience during travelling.
I can share many stories throughout my travelling in Vietnam.
What I Can Share with Hosts
I can share with you my culture and interesting stories during my travelling. I also can teach you some moves for the work out in the gym or swimming/volleyball.
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