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I like to get to know a place by the people, a sort of sociological study of how you live, your culture, politics and national psyche... But there´s nothing like a banging party to show me the window to your world
I really like laughing, dancing to dirty dirty basslines, books, films and art which change the way you see the world. I like sandwiches, I like ideas -even the stupid ones, i love dressing up and looking wierd, i love good wine and tasty food, i like watching the auditions to american idol or x factor, i like booze and fags, i like people-watching especially on the beach, i love dubstep, i like doing random stuff, I like to write, i fall over a lot for no apparent reason, i like my own company, i like interesting witty sparkly people.
Everthing in moderation (emphasis on the everything)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
i would like to experience most of my travels through the USA and Japan (6 weeks up the east coast from Miami to New York in April - June, 1 month Japan in June- July) from the perspective of people who live there. And when i´m back in London i´m interested in doing the same for other travellers, i´d like to host to show a very diferent, more underground, progressive London scene than you´ll find in any guidebook. I guess its this scene i want to uncover in the States and Japan
none so far, but i heard great things
Music, Movies, and Books
fave book - Golden Notebook - Doris Lessing
fave current music - Caspar and Rusko (dubstep), burial, rio maracatu (kinda big samba band thing form Brazil but more eclectic styles.. amazing!!)
Art- not life changing art per se but Lee Millar, the woman, changed my life, she liberated me
Teach, Learn, Share
Um.. i think London can be really cliquey, it moves fast and the good stuff´s really underground so it can take years to find it. But when you only got a week n London prices make you feel weak at the knees, i can definitely point you in the right direction for the big free warehouse parties, snall private art galleries out in old factories, cheap and trendy vintage clothes. Hopefully just a cool cheap London experience.