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To make my way from Switzerland to France and trek my way across Northern Spain before heading stateside! Then I guess I\ll figure out everything else past December...
I\m a pretty easy going traveller with essentially a bag full of crap, a hope for luck and a nice Irish accent to carry me! I try not to make too many plans and then just see where the road takes me. In true Irish fashion, I beliee my life motto would have to be "It'll be grand!"
A simple goal in life is to be pretty damn happy and I'll work hard to keep feeling that way!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
At the moment I'm surfing and looking for places to stay until I eventually settle down in one place and then I'll welcome all of the crazy internationals I can!
I'm brand new to this so excited to get started!
I'm really interested in the outdoors and hiking as well as music to a huge extent. I play guitar and an often be seen singing a song or two and I'm always interested to hear local music
- outdoor activities
- rock climbing
Music, Movies, and Books
Favourite films: Goodfellas, Shawshank Redemption, Wayne's World, Scent of a Woman and many others I can't remember
Favourite music: Foo Fighters, Crystal Fighters, Arctic Monkeys and anything with a beat I can dance to!
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I've done a few really cool things, from visiting some of my favourite places like Barcelona and Toronto to climbing waterfalls in Switzerland and surviving a boat wreck in Croatia
Teach, Learn, Share
I play guitar and aways willing to share any knowledge I can. I'm also pretty good with a diabolo (little spinning juggling device) and can always do a few lessons! (Diabolo not always included) I have a degree in Psychology and can always talk about your family issues if you wish (though I'm not sure how much good that will do!). I'm realy eager to relearn Spanish as I used to have a very good level before not practicing enough for the last few years