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I'm 26 years old, I've just graduated in agronomic engineering and I live in Rosario.
Now, my couple and I are travelling along Latin America, from México to Argentina.
I love travelling, knowing people and new cultures.
Nature is my passion. I dream with a new agriculture, free of poisons and eco-friendly; an agriculture that produce food in stead of commodities.
I enjoy having conversations with people i've just met.
Although I'm an argentinian I don't give a fuck about football. So don't start a conversation with me talking about Messi.
My first experience as a backpacker was at 18, with my brother, in the north of Argentina and part of Bolivia. Since then, I can't imagine a travel without my backpack on my shoulders.
When I'm travelling I prefer to visit little villages instead of big cities (for big cities I already have Rosario). There, I try to meet locals so they can show me their culture and the best places to visit.
One of my favourites activities when I'm travelling is mountain trekking.
I play the guitar and love singing, if around a fire and with a wine, better then.
Also I'm a good chef. I've learnt from mom.
If I'm available, I'll host you, share a beer with you and show you around Rosario as much as I can. And if you are lucky I'll even make an "asado" for you and teach you how to drink some "mates". (Yes, you can google it).
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I consider that there is a big diference between lodging in a hotel/hostel, where the exchange is just for money, and staying at someone's home, where the exchange is cultural, selfless and a great oportunity to make friends.
- playing guitar
Music, Movies, and Books
Music: Rock, Latin American polular music, rap, jazz... I've sang in an Urugayan "murga".
Movies: I know nothing about cinema. Anyway, I enjoy watching movies and series.
Books: I love reading! I read novels, poetry, history and books and articles about agronomy, agroecology, science, alimentation, etc.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
-Once, with my brother, we have made a clay oven when we were traveling and we couldn't leave that place because we had way too much to cook.
-I grew organic wheat, made flour out of it and cooked bread along a year.
Teach, Learn, Share
I'm learning French, so I could help you with your spanish and you with my french (Just if you're learning spanish... and you speak french, doh).
I could teach you to cook some Argentine dishes.
I could make you some "mates".
What I Can Share with Hosts
I can shere a dinner with a good conversation and maybe play some songs on the guitar.
I also like playing chess.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Egypt, France, Guatemala, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In