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I´m always willing to learn, to know new cultures, to think and act in order to make the world a better place. I´m a public agent, a Portuguese teacher and a Reiki practitioner.
I had a trajectory full of experiences to get where I am. I´ve been a flyer distributor, worked at party bars, at an ice cream factory, was a office boy, was responsable for the financial and administrative departments of a travel agency. Worked in a NGO towards environment and Family agriculture, gave Portuguese classes, was a Scout Leader. Nowadays I work at a Town Hall doing the journalistic and photographic covering.
I love to photograph, to cook, to travel, to talk to people and children. And I always have the desire to learn and to help others, I trully do.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
To get to know new places, cultures and people. I think collaborative action is a way to have a slightly better world.
Travel, photography, literature, camping, life stories, hiking and a good conversation.
Music, Movies, and Books
I love movies, music and books. I will not make lists, we can talk about what we like the most.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I have been in all the capitals of Brazil and main tourist attractions, I just could not get to Fernando de Noronha. To get to Oiapoque I took a ride in a truck, an underground bus, a boat and a bus. I've been in Indian tribes and spent two days sailing on the Amazon River.
Teach, Learn, Share
Portuguese language classes, photography, Brazilian food, meditation and reiki. Besides a little knowledge about plants that I learned from my father. And many stories I've ever experienced.
What I Can Share with Hosts
In addition to what I have said: Portuguese language classes, photography, Brazilian food, meditation and reiki. Besides a little knowledge about plants that I learned from my father. I still have the culture of my country, a sincere company, help at home if need be the friendly laugh and a sincere conversation.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Bolivia, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela
Countries I’ve Lived In