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This year I´m finishing highschool and I´m planning my gab year (which I really deserve :D), before I go to study social anthropologie and social works.
I work as a waitress/bartender in a cafe. I don´t like the expression "work" because it´s more like my hobby and I realy love it.
A big part of my life is a volunteering for Amnesty International, where I help as a activist (plan some culture events, create a posters, ...) and as a lecturer (we visite some school and speak about human´s rights with children). Than I volunteer for Bwindi coffe, it´s a fair trade NPO. And I´ve been volunteering many times for lots of smaller czech NPO (collections, organising a movie festival, art projects, ...)
And of course, traveling is my big passion. But since I´ve turned to 18 I started to travel on my own. It´s usually a low-budget, adventurous trip and I prefer to travel by hich-hiking, not just becouse of the money, but I think it´s the best way how you can really get known the people, discover the place and learn about the culture.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I love traviling and discoveing authentic cultures - NO hotels!
Traveling, art, making coffee
- live music
Music, Movies, and Books
Punk, rock, reggae, ska, balcan music
Intouchebles, Muller´s crossing, Life is beautiful, ...
Paulo Coelho, Mario Puzzo, George Orwel, ...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
every hitch-hike trip!
Teach, Learn, Share
What I Can Share with Hosts
Countries I’ve Visited
Albania, Armenia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, France, Georgia, Germany, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Montenegro, Netherlands, Palestine, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Uganda, Uzbekistan
Countries I’ve Lived In