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Currently feeling the most harmonious, positive vibed energy ever while flowing with no plans through this delightful nomadic life based on sharing feelings and those few things that travel with me. I'm often wearing a red large mantle, that's pretty easy to recognise me.
🌃🏞️my 3 years spontaneous trip around the Middle East is over🥁🌄
2 years on land and sea
1.5 year without sending any CS request, just accepting invitations
The trip continues, this is my first time wandering around Western Europe, while Morocco Senegal and Mauritania are waiting. I don't consider myself having neither a home nor a nationality anymore, i do different things every single day in harmony with nature and humans.
Some simple musical instruments are with me, I'm new at playing in the streets, let's jam together!
**so let your little light shine shine, let your little shine shine, there might be someone down in the valley trying to get homeee** family will understand ⛺
Meeting those who don't ask "what's your job" within their first thousand questions, rather give arts, fun and freedom importance. It was easy and delighting 2-3 years ago, when just few of us used to be around. As of pandemy end, souls have had higher expectations, given limited attentions, short conversation-cutting answers and short time to enjoy. Hopefully, I'll live again those slow feelings far away from this rushful, materialistic society.
I miss Iran 🌌
Just postponed experiencing Sudan. By travelling full-time on an extra-tight budget, i didn't go to many unpopular, challenging places. On the other hand, i've spent more time in few countries and embodied way more their cultures. Especially through the travelers originally from there and generally, the less privileged. Have you ever thought CouchSurfing is such a privilege?
Turkish, kurdish, persian and georgian is the cultural mix i've felt the most, they completely replaced my previous mindset.
Call or text me at 📞+39 389 10 75 666📲
I've been helping lots of CSers with travel tips, social life opportunities and safety issues as well. Let's keep on making CS the most enjoyable community!
See you in 5🏞️
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
#KimseSokaktaKalmasın - don't leave anyone in the street. This is what they teach in Turkey, where more than 100 different people hosted me across 5 experiences within 1.5 year.
As long as I'll be available, I'll host or help you find a host.
It has become a lifestyle. Meet-up here, event there tonight, hangouts tomorrow, new host tomorrow night, new travel buddy one week later. And so on.
As a guest, especially for longer stays
and as a volunteer, i aim to be part and improve the local, expat and travelers' communities, helping my hosts and mates create new friendships rather than focus on a face-to-face guest-host sedentary experience. When possible, i host guests and events while travelling. So far: İzmir, Kutaisi, İsfahan, Isparta, Siwa have been the cities i put more effort on this purpose.
[Writing a 1000 characters reference for everyone i meet] ✍
🥗[Being some hosts' first guest and other members' first meet-up/hangout, in order to start their CS activity and make their profiles reliable]
[Improving CSers' activity by writing an impacting profile for them. Creating new profiles - about 10 so far]🍰
🥁[Helping CSers to manage a busy inbox, choose their guests, hosts and meet-ups, making them feel safer by reading through second purpose offers]
My inbox looked pretty busy back in summer 2021. I couldn't believe that adding ten public trips would have created so many interactions and adventures. What i suggest those who send hospitality requests is: create "public trips", in order to be invited to stay, meet-up or even travel together! Always be detailed and positive.
Two very straight suggestions
🌌keep your number of references lower than 50
🧺accept invitations by *trustworthy* hosts without references
We should be hospitable like in some countries, where you just walk and get invited by locals.
Changing my previous interests, after 4 months in the best city of the world back in 2020: İstanbul.
...and now i live in a coconut tree, it's good, it's good, it's good to be free...
Learning to survive and making plans day by day. Trying to host people and events wherever i go, bringing good vibed, smiley souls together.
I've been happier and more outgiving since i have started to live on a very tight budget, some weeks even without money. This is a way to be grateful for all the help i've got by marvellous souls I've met.
- electronic music
- adventure travel
- underground culture
- learning languages
- jam sessions
- teaching languages
- hip hop
- community building
- drum and bass
- turkish food
- experimental music
- sustainable living
- healing arts
- free hugs
- sleeping under the stars
- slow life
- work and travel
- bass music
- cultural exchanges
- cultural events
- persian food
- clean energy
- writing stories
- party planning
- environmental sustainability
- street performance
- no borders
- second hand
- arabic food
- conscious living
- big city life
- social media management
- second hand shops
- freestyle dancing
- volunteer work/community involvement
- future bass
- hostel life
- no waste
Music, Movies, and Books
➡Dancing and drumming in the streets
İt might be late to write i'm addicted to bass music (electronic music sub-genres) and oldschool hip hop, so let's discover every kind of genre. Please let me listen yours and take me to clubs, pubs, festivals.
Or just to dance in the streets, attend juggling shows and spread arts.
Please mind that when i mention "nightlife", i'm definitely the opposite kind of person than an annoying party-animal. In nightlife, i see creativity, harmony, people working, people connecting each other and changing their lives.
Books of contemporary history. I always forget my books somewhere, so if i don't, you will have one of them!
Movies make me sleep, i need to go out. Either we can watch them outside.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Turned no engine on since i've been around, cleaned-up one or more beaches on each sea and lake i've visited, volunteered 3 months in the main hostel of İzmir, danced on the bridges of Isfahan (we're gonna do it again in a free Iran!), helped Sudanese refugees practice their english near Cairo, been hosted by 10 different people within 13 days in the same city, Van.
As I don't believe in borders nor nationalities, i like to go close to some borders, hitchhike nearby, look at and feel like having been inside those countries.
You should ask me the other ones and make me live the next ones ▶
Teach, Learn, Share
One day, i'll write a long list of skills here. At the moment, i can teach you:
↪english and italian fluently, some french, spanish and turkish (improving them while travelling), some basics of persian and egyptian arabic;
↪how to start and run a simple but impacting travelling social media project - as a content creator
↪how to plan a cultural exchange or an event - as i used to be president of the only association at my former department for 3 years
➡and how to escape from standard studying/working life, that's what i've been doing since june 2020.
Learning: i remind of people for what skill or philosophy i've been learning from them, so feel free of teaching me some stuff :)
Can't actually remind the last chance of not sharing i had
What I Can Share with Hosts
Teaching 5 languages, cultures, music, freestyle dance, food, volunteering for your project, garden, hostel, lodge, festival, websites. Just ask.
Countries I’ve Visited
Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, England, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Norway, Serbia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey, United States, Wales
Countries I’ve Lived In
Egypt, Georgia, Italy, Turkey