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  • 20 references 10 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in Spanish; learning English
  • 35, Male
  • Member since 2012
  • I am an adventurous traveller
  • Up to high school
  • No hometown listed
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About Me


Always finding the best of the worst.


Hi people! Welcome to my profile as well as to my home whenever you need it. I’m an easygoing guy who loves to travel and meeting new people. I believe you always learn something from every person you meet on your way and you choose how to use it. I enjoy outdoor activities, spontaneous plans, long conversations that lead to several topics next to a cup of tea, a glass of wine, pulque (curado) or sharing a snack.


I believe in energy and that everything is cyclic. Hard to explain easy to feel.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I have hosted people in Playa del Carmen and Mexico City. Now that I’m living in Aguascalientes, not many people wants to stay in the north side which is where I live.


I have made friend from lots of countries and every single person has left something that I have adopted to my day by day.


Down to earth people who’s willing to help and have a great time.

Travel, having fun, meeting new people, my family and do things whenever you have the opportunity. Life is one so live every moment and enjoy.

  • education
  • cooking
  • running
  • traveling
  • magic
  • kite surfing
  • teaching
  • languages
  • volunteering
  • road trips
  • beaches
  • snow
  • learning new things

Music, Movies, and Books

Music: I’m always open to get recommendations, here’s one for you “Thinking of a place” by the war on drugs.

Movies and tv shows: I like drama and sci fi, I could start watching anything and if it catches me I’ll watch it till the end. Right now I am waiting the 2nd season of Severance.

Books: I really enjoyed reading. “Flowers in the attic" by V. C. Andrews, it was a great story charged of drama, sadness, and very touching moments. Also I love Stephen King books, my favorites were “desperation” and “misery”.

Other books

Think of a number, Shut your eyes tight, Let the devil sleep By John Verdon

The professor and red 1-2-3 by John Katzenbach

Y colorín colorado, este cuento aún no ha terminado de Odin Dupeyron.

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

I met several mayan villages, the people living there are amazing. They always share no matter how much they have, they love to show their traditions with visitors. I volunteered an organization that helped mostly children in these communities, with health, food and educational programs.

Teach, Learn, Share

I’d love to share breakfast, lunch or dinner at home or outside, as long as it’s seasoned with a good conversation. After that or between, I can take you to some spots within the state I live in.

That feeling of seeing your own country from another’s eyes it’s just priceless.

What I Can Share with Hosts

If there is something you want me to bring from my hometown I’ll be glad to bring it to you. Otherwise a traditional candy will arrive to your place as a way to say thank you from Mexico.

Once at your home I’m willing to help with anything.

Countries I’ve Visited

Aruba, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, Colombia, Curaçao, Mexico

Countries I’ve Lived In


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