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Get out of my comfort zone and never stop learning !
I arrived in the United States in January 2013. As a Frenchman, being on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean is the perfect opportunity to discover a new continent, a new way of life, and to encounter new people !
Currently studying in a MBA program, I'd like to extend my experiences by traveling around the continent !
HAVE FUN !
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I share with my hosts as much as I can.
I've traveled with CS in the US and in South America.
Travel - Party - Sharing - Social Media - Internet - Friendship - Music - Art - Hiking - Collaborative Economy
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I visited Bali when I was younger. My parents took my brother and I fishing on a boat. At the beginning, we started fishing with the nylon string around our little toes: it was super fun and the fishes we caught were super colorful !
But... I wanted more: we were offered a session of big-game fishing.
Let's do it ! The engine started and off we went !
As the boat was sailing, I threw this thick nylon string, with a real fish as lure at the end.
Since I was definitely not a pro.. the hook got stuck at the bottom of the see, the string began to slide between my fingers, it burnt my skin and I almost got caught away !
Frighting at the moment, good memories now !
Teach, Learn, Share
An interesting fact that I discovered during my last trip - and would like to share - is that creature sounds are interpreted differently around the world - who knew that in English we said Cock-a-Doodle-Do for the rooster's sounds, and Cocorico in French!
Otherwise, I love to discover and learn more about the daily rituals of my hosts.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Cambodia, Czech Republic, Greece, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
France, United States, Viet Nam