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First I like to travel because it makes me feel free. Second it is a good way to meet interessant new and different people. This is a good way to hopen the mind.
I travelled during 1 year : USA, Brazil (working like a volonteer with children), Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru. Now I am working in Belfort, and interested to host traveling people.
Tout est lié, nous sommes tous interdépendants
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I can host.
My travel in USA (August and September 2009) was my first experience with CS.
It was better that I have imagined : First I was hosted by different nice people in really great places :-) ,second I met a lot just for hang out, ride a bike, have a drink, a walk, see a show, a concert, go in a party...
I really like Art : music, dance, movies, books...
sport and nature : hiking, ride a bike, climbing, swimming, snow board, yoga, circus, jungling...
I am interested about anthropologie, ecology, philosophy, psychology...
Finally I like speak and exchange ideas, and just have good time with friends!
Music, Movies, and Books
movies : Underground, Arizona dream, Full metal jacket, Babel, Slumdog Millionnaire, Into the wild, The eternal sunshine of a spotless mind, Quai des brumes, Tambien la lluvia...
music : rock, blues, jazz, folk, music from africa, oriental, gypsie, marrocan gnawa,latino, reggae...
some bands : Fela Kuti, Rokia Traore, Chico Buarque, Gnawa diffusion, Salik Keita, Coco Rosies...
books by Tahar ben jelloun, Christian Bobin, Yasmina Kadrah, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Jorge Amado, Isabel Allende...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Every moment of life can be incredible, it depends of the look that we'll have...
Teach, Learn, Share
Let's start by talking.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Egypt, Germany, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Morocco, Netherlands, Peru, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Tunisia, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In