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Try to live as radical as reality is ;)
I am a very idealist and sometimes utopian person and I believe in the good nature of the human being! So don't disappoint me! ;) People tell me that I am a smiling person, sometimes chaotic, talkative, in discussions very emotional and open for new and crazy ideas. I really enjoy never ending conversations with people you have never met before. I love getting lost and then finding new wonderful things often in parts of the city where people say I should not go. I love taking the night train/bus and waking up in a totally different place.
In general I think I am a very tolerant and open-minded person but I absolutely do not respect people acting in a racist or sexist way!
Question everything and learn as much as you can!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I host, surf and I participate in CS meetings
I was hosted several times in Turkey, Bulgaria, Serbia, Georgia, Armenia and in Slovenia and I also joined some CS parties in Ankara, Vienna and Hamburg. I am also hosting in my flat in Vienna. I hope that I will get hosted and host many times again.
traveling, reading and spending time in libraries and bookshops, learning languages (at the moments especially Turkish but this can change quickly) discussing about politics and utopian ideas, writing to-do-lists and postcards, drinking tea, riding my bike, cooking (only!)vegetarian or vegan meals, youth exchanges, reading newspapers, walking around without a target, observing people in public transports and parks etc. etc.
Music, Movies, and Books
I enjoy a wide range of music but especially enjoy Bandista, Früchte des Zorns, Ahmet Kaya, Patty Smith, Manu Chao, Coco Rosie
books: Milan Kundera, Elif
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The sunrise from a balcony in my beloved AnGara
I participated in the Munzur festival in Dersim
Teach, Learn, Share
I could show you how to cook delicious vegetarian food and also traditional Austrian dishes in a vegetarian way ;) In Vienna I know a lot of really nice cafés, where you find fair-trade coffee, squatted houses, or a really nice pay-as-you-wish Pakistani restaurant (where food is halal for my Muslim friends).
In Ankara, I could show you the best breakfast in Ankara at the castle and introduce you to the nightlife here.
Countries I’ve Visited
Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey
Countries I’ve Lived In