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Overview

  • 4 References 4 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English, Portuguese; learning French, Spanish
  • 32, Female
  • Member since 2012
  • Art worker
  • History and performative arts
  • From São José dos Campos, State of São Paulo, Brazil
  • Profile 95% complete

About Me

Brasileira, paulistana.
Exemplar puro sangue de sagitário.
Deixe a esquerda livre
Nasci na capital e cresci no interior do estado, moro em SP há mais de dez, com alguns intervalos.
Sou formada em História , mas meu rolê mesmo é a área de artes (trabalho com curadoria e produção), o que me faz uma ótima guia local.
Gosto de praia, dança, bichos, yoga, estiradas ao sol, caminhadas pela cidade e bons drinks

Brazilian, from São Paulo.
Sagitarian pure blood
Left social oriented
Born in the city, but grew up in the country side. I came back more than 10 years ago and have been living here since, with some breaks in this time.
I study History in university, but my real formation is in the performative arts. I work as a curator and producer, so I'm can be a great guide
enjoy beach, dancing, pets, yoga, sunbath and city walks

Why I’m on Couchsurfing

Conexões mais orgânicas, turismo não predatório, cooperativismo.
Não acredito no conto que os hostels vendem, de viajante X turista, acho que o que a maior parte fabrica é um turismo tão massificado quando os dos hotéis e resorts, apenas mais jovem e barato. Costumo buscar essa hospedagens, muitas vezes, porque viajo solo e normalmente os anfitriões locais tem suas obrigações e cotidiano para seguir.
Como viajante, gosto do couchsurfing porque posso conhecer gente local que esteja disposta a me apresente um pouco de si e seu lugar (e ,as vezes, o sofá também)
Como local, adoro mostrar minha cidade, suas particularidades entre as coisas ruins e boas (afinal, SP, migs!), os pontos turisticos e os cantos cotidianos.

More organic connections, non predatory tourism, cooperativism.
I don't believe the tale that hostels sell; traveler X tourist, I think what most of then is offering is a tourism so massified as the one of hotels and resorts, only younger and cheaper. But I often go after this kind of
accommodation because I travel solo and usually the local hosts have their obligations and rotine to follow.
When I'm travelling, I like couchsurfing because I can meet locals who are willing to introduce me to themselves and their place (and, sometimes, the couch too)
As a local, I love to show my city, its peculiarities between bad and good things (after all, SP, migs!), Tourist points and the everyday hiddem corners

Interests

  • animals
  • pets
  • arts
  • humanities
  • architecture
  • street art
  • human rights
  • yoga
  • art history
  • beach
  • dance
  • performing
  • drinks
  • performance
  • pole dance
  • urban exploring
  • trakking

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

As pessoas que encontramos são sempre o mais incrivel

People we met along the way are always the most amazing thing

What I Can Share with Hosts

atenção, cerveja, comida, papo...

my attention, beer, food, stories...

Countries I’ve Visited

Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Portugal, Spain, Uruguay

Countries I’ve Lived In

Brazil, Portugal

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