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Important: I'm on Erasmus exchange in Durham at the moment so I'm not accepting any guests, I'm sorry.
My name is Aneta and I live in the Czech Republic. I come from a small but beautiful town Znojmo, if you have the chance, you should visit it.
I am a student majorying in English Philology and Applied Economics.
I love spending time with my friends, listening to music, watching good TV shows and films, and reading books. But above all I think that travelling is the best way to spend your time and if you do it with your friends than that's even better.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
So far, I have not been very active on Couchsurfing but I love the idea and I want to change that. I believe it is a great opportunity to meet new people and it shows that even a small act, such as showing people around the city, meeting them for a drink, or letting them stay the night, is full of kindness.
- tv shows
Music, Movies, and Books
To name a few...
Oasis, Mumford & Sons, Arcade Fire (but many many more).
Doctor Who is the most precious thing on TV.
Forrest Gump might be my all-time favourite but I love a lot of films. And I like Asian cinematography, the South Korean dramas are brilliant.
Murakami might be the only author that gets me every time.
Teach, Learn, Share
I'd say everybody can learn something every day but whether that happens or not depends on their attitude.
I'm trying to open up myself more to other people so that I can learn from them, from myself and hopefully teach them something in return.
Apart from that I like to improve my German and start learning Danish.
What I Can Share with Hosts
I like to think I can offer a good conversation on various of topics and fun. Or I can just sit back and listen, I'm a good listener if that's what you need.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In