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I am just a young guy that enjoys learning about the world and life. I am actually studying Aeronautical Engineering in the U.S. but my house and my family is more than happy to welcome you in my house in Cochabamba, Bolivia.
I enjoy hanging out with friends and meeting new people, specially hearing all the spectacular stories they have to share. I love cooking and dancing. One of my biggest goals in life is having to renew passports every because there is no more space for a new seals.
Let's just take the chance to meet each other and we will find the way to have Fun!!!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
CS is the very best way/excuse to experience new places, new people, new stories, new cuisine, and new cultures, it is the best way to have fun while traveling!
- music festivals
- night walks
- walking around
- enjoying life
- nature walks
Music, Movies, and Books
Ernest Hemingway - The old man and the sea.
Paulo Coelho - The Alchemist.
Paulo Coelho - Adultery.
(probably the three books I really finished)
I like everything that gets me those dancing/singing/chilling feelings!
All kind of movies!
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Ups, I feel like nothing yet... but I just came to Europe looking for many
Teach, Learn, Share
I will teach you how to cook an authentic silpancho! And you will like it so much you will lick your fingers, unless you are vegetarian😁, then I may have to come up with something else.
I look forward to learning what is traditional of your country and how to swear in your language😅.
Show me your world and I will show you mine.
What I Can Share with Hosts
A nice private bedroom for 1,2 or even 3 if you fit, and the best experience you can have in the hands of a Cochabambinan Family. A lot of good food in charge of the best chef in the house (my mom, it used you be my grandma, but we all know what happens to grandmas 😕) because Cochabambinos don't eat to live, we live to eat!!! and of course, a close experience into what Bolivian culture is!!!
Countries I’ve Visited
Bahamas, Brazil, Chile, Germany, Italy, Peru, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Bolivia, United States