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To change my location to Japan. CS has changed a lot and I'm confused now.
to be honest i like coffee, with milk and sugar (in any order)
I like alive animals pretty much!
here's the update: i dont drink coffee with sugar
Time to be serious.
What I do, is trying to understand the world and its people, trying not be judging, especially I try hard to give everybody a chance to speak up and listen to them, since I can learn something from everybody or arguing with people helps to make me understand why we have different views.
I really like varity. Change is like a holiday - they say in English. In Hungarian -as I find- there is a much better saying, giving us an idea how diversity can be really beautiful and can be enjoyed.
I like to be laid-back, and I find it important to step out from my comfort zone, but I don't think it should be forced, so despite me being flexible I don't expect it from strangers, neither hosts nor guests. As I find it very uncomfortable too, when somebody more laid-back forces me to be so.
That's it for now.
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Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
updating my profile, but this section has changed again...
yes, i have
usual and less usual things
i like to try something new from time to time, but also get back to the old things
very general, i know
Music, Movies, and Books
As for music, I have a few genres, I don't like. I try to stay open and give a chance to music, I usually don't like though. It's the same as everybody else, it depends on my mood. I enjoy jazz, some classical, I really like different kind of rock music. I can listen to reggae and I like some blues, like Seasick Steve. I enjoy balkan and some gipsy music.
I don't watch many movies. When I watch, I prefer to watch either something "feel good" and easy or something that can teach something or documentary. Recently I've seen the Lost boys of Sudan, it wasn't outstanding, but I have to write something here.
I like to read, but I don't make enough time for it. I try to give a chance for each genre. And I really hope to read more, especially from each country. I find this TED talk "The danger of a single story' really convincing: https://www.ted.com/talks/chimamanda_adichie_the_danger_of_a_single_story
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
didn't know this is a "basic section" to pm some of you! AMAZING!
I don't like the American way of overusing amazing and awesome.
Yeah, it was a really nice breakfast, but c'mon, it cannot be amazing, it's just a breakfast.
Teach, Learn, Share
at the moment rather learning the sentence "it's possible"
What I Can Share with Hosts
I'm happy to cook for you, but I have to tell in advance I'm not a star chef, neither a reeeally good chef.
I'm happy to listen and happy to discuss. I like to talk about sociology, different cultures.
But generally, I'm happy to help with anything if you need a hand.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Sweden, Thailand, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In
Germany, Hungary, Japan, United Kingdom