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--- the work i do, the place where i was born, my favorite color or food: all these thing do not define who i am - it'd be too limited. but somehow i am the sum of all those facts... and many others. but i like to think that, when it comes to human life, the sum of the parts equals more than just each part combined.
anyways, brazil is where i was born and raised. as for my job, currently i am a masters student. color: green. food: ice-cream (don't you dare saying ice-cream is not a food!).
"La utopia esta en el horizonte. Me acerco dos pasos; ella se aleja dos pasos. Camino diez pasos y el horizonte se corre diez pasos mas alla. Por mucho que yo camine, nunca la alcanzare. ¿Para que sirve la utopia? Para eso sirve: para caminar. - Fernando Birri, cineasta argentino.
"Utopia is on the horizon. I come two steps closer, it gets to steps further. I walk ten steps and the horizon runs ten steps away from me. As mach as I walk, I will never reach it. So what is utopia for? Serves for this: that I do not stop walking" - Fernando Birri, Argentinian film-maker."
A utopia está no horizonte. Me aproximo dois passos, ela se afasta dois passos. Caminho dez passos e o horizonte corre dez passos. Por mais que eu caminhe, jamais alcançarei. Para que serve a utopia? Serve para isso: para que eu naoo deixe de caminhar" - Fernando Birri, cineasta argentino.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Host and surf.
I used to host surfers in my flat when I lived in Bogota, Colombia. I've host in my place in Sao Paulo as well, although it's not as big as it was in Bogota. I have surfing experiences in Argentina, Brazil and United States.
Biking, ecology, backpacking.
Music, Movies, and Books
Everything that sounds like Africa: Samba, Salsa, Condombe, Jazz, R&B, Soul, Rap, Hip Hop. I like experimental too.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Winter 2009, Peru. I decided to go way the way from Cuzco to Machu Picchu riding a bike across those very very very hilly valleys in Peru. Just one detail: I didn't know how to ride a bike until the very moment I started my journey.
I'm glad to be alive still!
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach Portuguese, Spanish and English.I can cook pretty well too.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Spain, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, South Korea, Spain, United States