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Hey there! I'm Devi Maritha, a travel enthusiast who believes that it's not about the number of countries I've visited, but the incredible journey I've taken to get there. I'm all about embracing the spontaneity, the unexpected detours, and the magical moments that make travel truly special. With my trusty backpack and camera in tow, I dive headfirst into amazing adventures, immersing myself in diverse cultures and capturing the stories that unfold along the way.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I am on Couchsurfing because it allows me to connect with people from all walks of life and experience genuine cultural immersion during my travels.
Couchsurfing provides a unique opportunity to go beyond the typical tourist experience by staying with locals who graciously open their homes and share their knowledge of the area. It not only enables me to save on accommodation costs but also fosters meaningful connections, friendships, and a deeper understanding of different cultures.
Through Couchsurfing, I can truly embrace the spirit of adventure, learn from others, and create lifelong memories that go far beyond the confines of a traditional travel itinerary.
Getting to know people and their culture is like stepping into a whole new world of awesomeness! It's mind-blowing to see how diverse and fascinating our planet is. From sharing meals to learning their traditions, you get a front-row seat to the coolest things that make each culture unique.
It's like unlocking a treasure trove of stories and experiences that broaden your horizons and make you appreciate the beauty of our global family.
Music, Movies, and Books
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One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
My first solo trip to Europe in 2015.
What I Can Share with Hosts
Help Around the house
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, China, Cuba, France, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Netherlands, Singapore
Countries I’ve Lived In