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I work in advertising and design. I have 2 cats and I like dogs too. I like to travel but sadly I don't have much time to do it. I'm from Cartagena, Colombia but I live in Bogotá. I like nature, history and art. I'm curious, like to ask many questions, but at first I'm shy. Not very good at writing but I do my best to fill this aplication. I'm friendly and easy going. I adapt very easy. I'm not religious but I like to think we are all part of the same energy, that everybody it's in their own path and in their own rythm.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I like traveling and meeting people from all over de world. I think it can be a really interesting way of travelling, a different experience that can enrich your life, knowing how other people from different cultures lives, thinks. It can give you more that you can expect.
I enjoy a nice convesation, good company.
- interior design
- graphic design
- watching movies
- good conversation
Music, Movies, and Books
MUSIC: Pop rock, latin music, Alanis Morriset, Queen, Madona, Michael Jackson, Shakira, Ed Sheran, Adele, Bruno Mars, Calvin Harris, Lenny Kravist.
MOVIES: forrest gump, the lord of the rings, la vita e bella, inseption, the silence of the lamps, blade runner, Marvel movies, wall-e, 12 monkeys, la la land, mouling rouge, matrix, up, and many more.
SERIES: Game of thrones, the crown, black mirrow, westworld.
TV SHOWS: the big bang theory, friends, senfield, x files, grey's anatomy.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
A trip to cocuy, it's a natural park in Colombia, in the mountains, at 4800 above sea land, it is beautiful and peaceful.
Another thing that I have experience that is incredible it's ThetaHealing, it's a healing through meditation. It's a wonderful experience and the energy that you can feel it is amazing.
What I Can Share with Hosts
Nice conversation, respectful guest, clean and tidy, quiet.
Countries I’ve Visited
Canada, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In