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I'm possessed with insatiable curiosity to explore everything interesting: people, cultures, nature, FOOD... And wine.
"Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring."
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I love to host and meet new people and CS is absolutely the best way to get comfy with foreing cultures.
I have met so many great people through CS and because of CS and the travellers I have met my own little world has expanded to lengths I never imagined.
Tattoos, reading books, doing sports in general, american football, geeky things, fishing, hiking, cooking (I have a passion for food). I love to cook, spend time with friends and I enjoy good company and good conversations. I also love nature and all it's little quirks.
I work as a statistical programmer. I hate doing the dishes. Thank god we have a dishwasher. I like beer. I currently play american football at the Finnish Championship league. I love running. And I dance quite poorly but I don't care. And sometimes I wonder what really happened to Miley. And poor Bieber. And I also have a complicated relationship with tequila and I'm sort of addicted to Robin (Finnish teen pop sensation).
- american football
Music, Movies, and Books
Music is really my way to express feelings and channel emotions. I'm always listening music when I'm at home or travelling.
I also love to read books, watch movies and tv-series. You know the empty feeling after the final chapter of a great book? Been there :D
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Sitting on the floor in front of an huge window one night in Shanghai, watching citylights at 3am from the 56th floor, listening to The xx. Time stopped.
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach you how to tie your shoelaces in a wrong way (because apparently I do that).
Countries I’ve Visited
China, Finland, Spain, Sweden, Turkey
Countries I’ve Lived In