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I go through live expecting good things. I usually expect people to be good - makes me feel disappointed when they're not. But I never stop trusting in the good things in people.
I try to share good things with other, always making the best out of everything, cause in the end there will be something positive. Having faith in the future is what makes me keep ongoing even if I have a bad time.
"For mine is a generation that circles the globe in search of something we haven't tried before. So never refuse an invitation, never resist the unfamiliar, never fail to be polite, and never outstay your welcome. Just keep your mind open and suck in the experience, and if it hurts, you know what? It was probably worth it." The Beach
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Until now my experiences with couchsurfing are on a very low basis. I only participated in some couchsurfing-events during my stay in Dubai and met some nice people in Mombasa, went to a couhsurfing weekend in Tarifa. I really enjoyed the time there! Even if your stay was very short people made you feel welcome and as a member of a group.
I love travelling as everyone here does. It's the one thing that makes you feel free even if you feel bounded in your everyday life. I do also love books. At least books can help you to break out from your everyday life if your're not able to travel ;)
Music, Movies, and Books
Music: Die Ärzte, Die Toten Hosen, Revolverheld, The Beatles...Everything that makes me feel good :)
Books: Paulo Coelho
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Once I got lost in the middle of Copenhagen with some friends, when we travelled there. It was totally worth it, cause we found the most amazing park and just skipped all the plans for the day to stay and relax. It was a perfect day!
Well, travelling from Nairobi to Kakamega in the matatu with some friends was also quite memorable and a great experience :)
I recently fed hyenas in Hara/Ethiopia, which was..well, scary!
Teach, Learn, Share
What's easiest for me to teach is of course German. Other things I might share (cause teaching would be the wrong expression here) are my experiences about the life and culture in Germany and about studies there if someone is interested in moving to Germany.