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Vittorio Verrea

Leipzig, Saxony, Germany

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Overview

  • 26 Positive References
  • Fluent in Italian; learning English, Spanish
  • 44, Male
  • Member since 2007
  • Geologist, gardener, sportman, dancer
  • University of Pavia, master degree
  • From Tortona, Italy
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About Me

CURRENT MISSION

Bring people together

ABOUT ME

We all grow up with an identity related to our life experience.
As experience grows bigger and bigger all life long, even our identity can change.

PHILOSOPHY

I think human relations and friendship around the world are the most important things. Only knowing each other we can build a future of peace. I love to meet people, expecially if they have different life experiences to talk about.

Why I'm on Couchsurfing

HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING

I love hosting people! Even if I can't travel so often, I can travel a bit through their eyes and souls.

I'm also happy to take part in meetings abroad.

COUCHSURFING EXPERIENCE

I’ve been hosted and I hosted many people from almost the whole world. I had only positive experience so far and I'm particularly happy to meet my old friends even if they live far away (and we can't do it so often).

Interests

I’m crazy about fitness and I like any kind of sport (my favourite are gym, mountain bike, hiking, running). I love dancing latin music (salsa, bachata, etc) especially Cuban casino.
I'm trying to learn tango as well!
I like driving an travelling by car for thousands of kilometers...it makes me feel free!

Music, Movies & Books

Music: I like good rock, classical and of course latin (for listening especially bachata).
I love cinema (documentary, historical or social)
Books: I’m not such a book reader, often I begin but I forget to go to the end; some of the few books I read are “Behind the veil” (about condition of women in Saudi Arabia) by Jean P. Sasson and “El salsa casino y rueda” by Nico Phylomeno. Of course I read a lot of technical books and magazines.

One Amazing Thing I've Done

Every little thing can be amazing according to the emotion it takes.

Teach, Learn, Share

Teach: Italian language, to cook some basic Italian food, to grow plants;
learn languages, anything else
share my hobbies (would be great)

There is so much to see in Italy that, even if i live here, I've seen only a little part. Would you like to visit Italy? I'd love to host you and to show you around the all country, discovering with you things I don't know.

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