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spreading a smile across the world.. one country at a time :)
I am a Spanish teacher in a challenging secondary school in North-West London. My job is different everyday and I work with some incredible children. I've been there for two years, and though it has been the toughest years of my life, I have come through more resilient and grateful for what I have.
I have been lucky enough to have a travel mad family. I live for the long summers I have been blessed with as a student, and now as a teacher, always hoping to go to a different place every year.
I am an open minded person and love meeting new people especially those who can teach me something. I am a self-confessed chatterbox and I wish everyone said hello as we passed in the street, and all joined couchsurfing!
Every little good action you do makes the world that little bit better.
I live for smiles, seeing the world through others eyes and learning a new thing every day.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I attended meetings in Mexico City where I lived for a year. I surfed in Mexico when I went back to visit last summer :)
I travelled from Igazu falls on the Argentinean side to the Brazilian, with a great CS Brazilian friend. We wandered around the Brazilian supermarket and I tried different Brazilian food types he loves.
History and culture, I studied History at Uni; I'm not religious but I love looking around churches and cathedrals... they are stunning and fascinate me.
Mexican food, salsa dancing :)
I genuinely love meeting new people, everyone has something they are able to share.
I love Horse Riding, Swimming, Rowing, and Volleyball.
Camping- I have been involved with the Scouts for a large part of my life so have always loved being outdoors, telling stories around the campfire.
Nights out with my amazing friends... I love going out and dancing :) laughing about nights out the next day!
Cooking dinner for a group and being the host at a party.. but also enjoy being cooked for too!
- salsa dancing
- mexican food
- outdoor activities
- language exchange
Music, Movies, and Books
Slumdog Millionaire - an amazing film that inspired me to go to India and see it for myself.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I volunteered at an orphanage in Bolivia and lived with a family there. It was a tough and challenging experience, but I loved every minute. The memories will stay with me forever.
A 15,000 ft sky dive at Lake Taupo, New Zealand. Incredible.
Teach, Learn, Share
Spanish/English. I could do a language exchange.
I have been lucky to have had many cultural experiences in my life and would love to share them with you.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Egypt, India, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Peru, South Africa, Thailand, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In
Mexico, United Kingdom