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I married the love of my life... after meeting him in a Language website, then following love I ended up in what I personally call "the end of the world" for a mexican; no tacos here! no piñatas!
I studied Philosophy and I hold a master on Ethics, but later on, life thaught me that one day with other culture will teach you more than a thousands of books about culture, so... :) Here I'm. I have lived in France, Russia and currently in Turkey, and waiting for more opportunities to learn how to say "hello" in any other language.
I'm a proud defender of muslims and Islam; since me, as a mexican, came to learn that most of our knowledge was just biased and wrong, and fulled with generalisations. I'm firmly believe that knowledge is the base understanding.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I have meet some of the most interesting people here; and I love the free spirit of Couchsurfing when well lead.
Language, Politics, Women rights, Islam, Philosophy, Traveling, Puzzles, Coffee and more coffee
Music, Movies, and Books
Natalia Lafourcade, Yann Tiersen, Moloko, Devotchka, María Callas, almost everything!
Cult movies, but now we are more into series; Game of thrones and Breaking Bad!
Books; since I live at the end of the world for a mexican; I may say "The restaurant at the end of the Universe" of Douglas Adams buuut I'm a book-lover, so the list is looooong.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Get married with my wooonderful turkish husband! Yei!!!
Teach, Learn, Share
Im looking more for learning than teaching, but I guess I can give some good surviving advices for: leaving in a country where you dont speak the lenguage, how to learn a language aaaand how to survive a 7 months winter :) !
I'm also a home baker so :) I can teach you how to make a good spongy bread!
What I Can Share with Hosts
Currently living with the family of my husband, a traditional turkish family. Guests will be sleeping in the living room so they will have privacity at nights but normally we tied up the couch at mornings and the room is used a common room during the day. My mother-in-law can not understand the concept of "not eating all together" so expect to be ring up at morning for a familly turkish breakfast.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, France, Ireland, Mexico, Portugal, Russian Federation, Spain, Turkey, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
France, Mexico, Russian Federation, Turkey