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To fully enjoy the experience that is existence, and help others on that same path... Oh, and travel around the world!!
I am what you would call an enthusiastic, energetic, and always willing to help fellow travelers and lost souls on their journey through exciting new places, type of person.... I enjoy many, many things in the world, and am very well-rounded educationally. I recieved my formal college degree in Mechanical Engineering, but have also trained to work as an actor. I try to keep up with gloabl politics and economics, and due to my upbringing I have a very good knowledge of agriculture... I'm pretty much interested in everything in life. Making the most of the human experience.
Too young still to have a personal philosophy; get back to me when I'm 95.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
At home; I have a couch, but due to a love of having travelers around, it's often occupied, but I can offer any info you could like pertaining to Los Angeles.
While Traveling; I try to promote learning from the locals. No guidebook can give you as interesting of a view into the area you're at then one of the locals.
Surfed in Atlanta, Georgia (the state, not the country), and in Brussels. Great experiences so far.
Hiking, Dancing, Ancient Ruins, really cool stuff :).... Caves and Volcanoes, Anthropology, History, Adventure, Enlightenment.
- emergency services
Music, Movies, and Books
I like the works of Ayn Rand. Any history textbook is a fun read to me... As per movies I like fun movies like 'Hot Fuzz' and 'Shaun of the Dead'.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I got a cramp and almost drowned on The Great Barrier Reef... Had to deal with Swiss police when my drunken travel companions stole some lawn gnomes from the yard of a farm in the alps... Got chased by howler monkeys when exploring some un-restored ruins in Guatemala... Fell in a canal in Venice... Pushed a slinky down the stairs of the pyramid at Uxmal, Mexico... I've done a lot, and don't plan to stop anytime soon.