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I am a peaceful person , I love to drink tea and chat.
Usually I talk a lot of nonsense, after all we have a life concerns.
I am currently finalizing an exchange in Spain and returning to Brazil. Here I found that the best season is autumn. What a beautiful season!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Because a trip may be something more than a trip. See new places is very good, but meet new people even more. The experience of staying in a couch is much more interesting than staying in a hostel. A hostel has a lot of lost people, which is very cool, people in the same atmosphere. But stay in somone´s is to understand how someone lives in that place, the habits, the typical foods, the times. And meet people who already know the place, which already has a vision about the place and you to come out with an unaccustomed look what surrounds you, can take a bit of news to the person who lives there too. Show that what she or he sees, may be different from what I see. Sometimes when we always do the same way most do not notice the things, but a person who was never there, can show you a beautiful tree that you didnt note. =)
I think that the information flow is stronger here.
Music, Movies, and Books
Harold and Maude
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I saw the entire movie " Doctor Zhivago" without sleep (I did not get on the first try)
What I Can Share with Hosts
I can share smiles. Sometimes because I'm really smiling, others because they forgot to use the glasses. But people always say I'm always smiling! =)
I can also share useless knowledge, I am really good at keeping information that is not of much use, for example, did you know that the capybara is the largest rodent in the world?
And one thing I would like to share, but I can not, it's my fault if sense of direction. It is a lot of confusion for just one person.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Morocco, Netherlands Antilles, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain
Countries I’ve Lived In