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Dance as much as possible. Read great novels. Go to the theatre more often.
curious kid who wants to see the world. addicted to sports and vegan food. always up for picnics and dancing the night away. gin lover. i live in a magic castle with six crazy people and a rabbit who sometimes shows us the way to wonderland.
“All good things are wild and free.”
― Henry David Thoreau
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
surf, host, meetings, language/food/movie exchange...
100% positive so far!
started surfing in panama and managua and hosting at my parents' house. those experiences have changed my way of travelling completely and now I always stay with CSers when I'm on the road...I've only met great people in this community!
-I've always been a sports and outdoors fanatic who loves cycling, running, swimming, hiking but most of all SURFING!
-I also love dancing, especially but not exclusively to swing music.
-anything creative: drama group, painting, drawing, sewing
-languages: I once made the ambitious plan to learn at least ten. By now I have (more or less successfully) mastered four and I'm not showing any signs of getting tired of studying and travelling any time soon...
...in conclusion I can say that I'm probably a person with too many hobbies and interests at a time, but whatever...I just love all of them.
Music, Movies, and Books
movies: Babel, Amores Perros, Blues Brother, The Departed, Mar Adentro, Todo sobre mi madre, Lucky Number Slevin, The Help...
books: this is hard. If I had to name just a few writers, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Hermann Hesse, Paul Auster, Zadie Smith, T.C. Boyle and Jonathan Safran Foer would be among them...
music: swing, classic rock, jazzhiphopfunk and some of the worst 90s dance-tunes
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
sitting on a remote island in panama, drinking coconut water and feeling like robinson crusoe...
hosted 3 around-the-world-by-bike travellers in just 2 months. is this a sign? i should grab my bike and find out...edit: cycled across spain from east to west on the pilgrimage route "Camino de Santiago". it was one of the most valuable experiences i have ever made. i have recently bought a better bike to do something similar again in summer '14.
i have moved into a house with six other people, some of whom have been my best friends for years. ever since then, i feel like my daily life is the most hilarious sitcom one could possibly imagine. (we might start filming soon...)
Teach, Learn, Share
teach: my language (or some other languages that I have picked up along the way), how to have a veggie bbq, how to make bread, how to make a complete fool out of yourself on the dancefloor (and not even care about it)
learn: it's up to you- i'm interested in learning anything, as long as you make it seem interesting enough.
share: food! i love cooking, but i HATE eating alone. and Gin Fizz, maybe?
What I Can Share with Hosts
food, drinks, stories
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Costa Rica, Denmark, France, Italy, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Panama, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In