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Maintain the balance and be happy.
Pretty easy going, flexible and open. Enjoy discovering new people, new habits and new projects. I'm curious about the otherness. Strongly hope that the world will soon be a better place for all ;)
see you in the real life!
in progress the whole time.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Lots of different and sporadic expericences sicne 8 years. From party in berlin. Living in berlin, travelling with the bike in germany, working in scotland, travelling in Europe, find a flat in lausanne, Budapest, etc...
I like, or better to discover different vision of life than mine. I like to speak with different people and to learn from them. I like invent new world every morning when I wake up.
I like to travel whithout knowing what is coming the next day ...
I also like to tell a lot of blablabla, just speaking (some times too much, but I also can be really quiet).
I like the people who are tolerant who accept difference and like it and people who respect theirself and the others. I love to learn from the other and the different.
Music, Movies, and Books
I like to read to list to see and to be fascinated from the things surrounding me. That's difficult to make a precise list...
I play violin and clarinette and I always try new experiences! I try to learn how to play marimba (but this is not for tomorrow!).
Right now I love uakti, a brazilian group doing excellent experimental-instrumental-traditional music...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The last really good thing I have done was arriving in Berlin whith my bike,on my own. That's incredible how (on the way or in Berlin) everything and everyone that I needed were on my way in the right moment.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Croatia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Martinique, Peru, Romania, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Bolivia, Brazil, Denmark, Peru, South Africa, Switzerland