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Overview

  • 22 references 11 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in Arabic, Berber, English; learning German
  • 25, Male
  • Member since 2024
  • No occupation listed
  • Bachelor degree
  • From Marrakesh, Marrakesh-Safi, Morocco
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About Me

I'll try to make it short and easy.

Just a normal dude who has a genuine passion for cultural exchange and connecting with people from diverse backgrounds!
I believe that engaging in language exchange and meeting people from around the world can be incredibly enriching experiences.

I love traveling and exploring New cities and cultures, also I'm a music lover music is a huge part of my life and I'm a foodie at heart I like experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing

I'm on Couchsurfing because I believe in the power of cultural exchange and building connections with people from around the world. I love the idea of sharing experiences, stories, and hospitality with fellow travelers, and Couchsurfing allows me to do just that.

Interests

I'm passionate about photography and love capturing moments that tell a story. Whether it's landscapes, portraits, or street photography, I find joy in exploring different techniques and perspectives behind the lens.
Hiking is also one of my main interests There's something incredibly refreshing about immersing myself in nature, conquering new trails, and experiencing the beauty of the great outdoors.

  • animals
  • pets
  • reading
  • traveling
  • music
  • nature
  • adventure
  • storytelling
  • tiny houses
  • listening

Music, Movies, and Books

Frank Sinatra, The man and the sea by "Ernest Hemingway", interstellar

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

When we had a strong earthquake a seven-magnitude earthquake struck our country. The Atlas Mountains and remote villages were destroyed and people had nothing left.
As Moroccans we were so united in this crisis Moroccans were helping their fellow brothers and sisters who were affected by the earthquake.
Civil protection was deployed to provide stocks of food, blankets, tents, and water.
Some of the worst impacted areas were so remote that it was impossible to reach them and some fallen rocks blocked the roads.
It was so heartwarming to see people helping my country and it was much more beautiful to see international efforts and other countries trying to aid Moroccans.

Teach, Learn, Share

Learning German

What I Can Share with Hosts

Moroccan people are generous and as a host, there are several things I can offer to my guests.
A warm welcome and being attentive to my guests' needs throughout their stay so they won't feel just like guests or strangers they will become members of us like family.
You'll get access to essential amenities such as bathroom facilities, toiletries, and wi-fi, as well.
There is also a stuck-up of basic food and beverage items such as coffee, tea, "Oh I'm in love with tea" snacks, and breakfast items.
You can use laundry, fridge, iron, or other stuff.
I'm not a person who has an obsession with cleaning, but please care about the kitchen and bathroom when you use them.
Respect my guests' privacy and give them space to relax and unwind during their stay.
I'm an open-minded person which means I'm willing to talk about anything you want, to answer any questions you might have in mind about the city or the area.
From my perspective, there is no greater purpose in life than to share love and empathy with those around us.

Countries I’ve Lived In

Morocco

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