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learn more, taste more, travel more, dance more, shoot more!
Open-minded, likes to travel, dances a lot.. i like to communicate, to connect people, to match with and take a trip (mental or real). Also it will be useful to say that i really admire to historical buildings.
PS: i can't speak Turkish with foreign people when i'm drunk :P
"every living creature on earth dies alone".. so don't live alone!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
When one of my friends was hosting many cool people in his house, i met all of them, and decided to join on Couchsurfing!
Spain! was really cool by couchsurfing! Especially Barcelona and Sevilla, and also Granada! :)
Argentine Tango (i'm a trainer)
Walking for seeing more!
Music, Movies, and Books
For music, check my youtube playlists! :) it is really funny!
There is tooooo much movies i like! i love watching movies, but especially..
Some sci-fis with emotion or fun
About books i love, again there is many of them, but i want to say again i especially love reading fantastics.
And i am a really addicted fan of Harry Potter.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
All of the amazing buildings and museums in İstanbul!
Dancing tango on the side of Bosphorus.
Prater Turm in Vienna Prater! 117 meters high, and just a flying swing carousel proteccts you with a tiny chain!
To miss last bus to hostel, and stay outside all night at central Venice with my boyfriend :))
Iceskating in Grand Palace of Paris, at Christmas time - i do not weven know how to skate! (you can guess how it ended..)
Teach, Learn, Share
cooking a few turkish food, and dancing belly dance ;)
of course, teaching a few Argentine Tango figures! :) (a fresh trainer)
learning basics of the local languages.
eating local food, in local places.
What I Can Share with Hosts
some authentic things of course..
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Macedonia, Spain, Turkey
Countries I’ve Lived In