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I'm a girl from Sweden, that just moved to the UK, Bognor Regis. The last couple of years i've been working and travelling. I was in living in Australia for a year (ended up staying around Sydney most of the time) and then I was in Malaysia and Thailand for about 5 months.
I'm a very relaxed and easygoing person with big dreams. The plan at the moment is to save enough mone for a 2 month trip around Europe. However my plans change pretty much on a daily basis, so much fun to choose from so i'm having trouble to make up my mind. Great isn't it :)
Everything will work out, the word impossible dosn't exist & smile :)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I haven't participated at all so far, but I'm looking forward to meet a load of new people this way. As soon as I get my own place set up I'll set up a couch as well :)
Love travelling. And meeting new people. Pending time with people at large i think. Like going for coffee with friends, going to the pub or out dancing. Socialicing i think it's called. However i also like spending time on my own. I a real book nerd. And one of the best things in the world is to get lost in a big city and just wander around.
- make up
- working out
- pub crawls
Music, Movies, and Books
I listen to pretty much everything, my fav radio station in Oz is Triple J and in sweden P3.
Movies, well, when it comes to movies i'm very girly, i love Audrey Hepurns movies, Breakfast at Tiffanys is my favorite, and i also adore Sex and the city. And that goes for both the show and the movie.
Books, wow, I read everything, abosolutley everything, alway carry at least one book with me (first time i was backpacking i was draging around like 10 books, i'm crazy) My favorite author is Paulo Cohelo.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I was in a boat going to Perenthian Island, Malaysia, and we left in the sunrise. The sea was purple, it was extraordinary!