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I was born in bulgaria But i live in istanbul..I think they'd say I'm funny and witty, maybe a few of them would say I'm occasionally insightful. Acquaintances might say I'm quiet. Hopefully, all would say that I'm laid back, and comfortable in just about any setting.
Knowledge is power. The more you know, you become smarter and more open-minded.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Creating a new friendships, taking a tour to show all the interest places in Turkey, hosting people as much as I can, doing everything for them to feel like at home...
Some rules: It is kind to answer on reference others left to you, especially if he/she host you. It is not kind writing a novel, codes and similar things on your couch information place, somebody may tire of reading it and passengers doesn't have so much time on journey for that. Think about it!
dance and exercise
Music, Movies, and Books
Legend of Drunken Master,Love and Death,Star Wars,Indiana Jones.
Music: 50cent,akon,Inna, Desi slava Dumi dve ..
Books: John, James, Les Miserables, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, The Long Way Round, Band of Brothers, The Count of Monte Cristo, John Adams, Undaunted Courage. I also enjoy philosophical works on linguistic theory and philosophy of the Mind, and theology. I try to read the top stories on RadioFreeEurope and Al Jazeera every day, too.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Mont Ararat 5137m in Turkey.I have met some incredibly brave men in central Nigeria. I have watched dust storms roll across the deserts of SE Morocco, and watched the sun rise over the dunes. I have seen the refugee tent camps in Haiti and the rubble of Port-au-Prince, and have swam out into the Caribbean sea at dawn to watch the sun rise over the mountains. I have spent many afternoons and evenings swimming in Barton Springs in Austin, Tx. I have shared lots of laughter and quality time and love with people in these places.
Teach, Learn, Share
I'd like to learn how to say "Cheers!", or whatever you say before you drink, in the languages of whoever I end up hosting.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bulgaria, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In