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  • 21 references 11 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English, Uzbek; learning Arabic, German
  • 22, Male
  • Member since 2023
  • English teacher, IELTS trainer
  • Bachelor's degree – Fergana State University
  • From Kuva, Fergana, Uzbekistan
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About Me


Hello, wonderful people!

I'm an extroverted, easy-going, fun, open-minded, and respectful person. I love learning from people's experiences and life lessons and respect everyone regardless of their faith or skin color.

I HATE racism and any form of discrimination. I don't smoke or drink, and I avoid drugs and late-night parties. Instead, I enjoy living a healthy lifestyle, focusing on positive habits and activities.

Also, I love traveling, trying new foods, and meeting new people. I enjoy sharing stories about my adventures and listen others experiences and of course learning from others.

I'm really excited to be part of this vibrant community of travelers and storytellers, and I can't wait to connect with fellow adventurers like yourself. So, whether you're a seasoned globetrotter or dreaming of your next adventure, let's share our experiences, swap tips, and inspire each other to keep exploring the wonders of our world!

🍀I think I love these 2 quotes:

"Live every day like it's your last."
"Be the change you wish to see in the world."

My insta: 04_jafarbek 👈


• I don't drink alcohol, nor do I smoke. I am here for traveling and meeting people, share what I have with them, learn something new. I'm a muslim and I respect everyone regardless of their faith💯.

• I don't eat pork and anything that mixed with it.

I prefer not to respond to simple messages like 'hi' or 'hello bro' ❌️. If you have something specific to say, feel free to share it directly without any wasting time.

Also, let's keep the friend requests real ✔️ – only add me if we've chatted or met before. Quality over quantity, right? Thanks for respecting that! 😄

⚠️ When I leave a reference to you, I'll expect you to leave yours on my page. After all, without proper reference you can't do well in this community. CS is about feedback. Nobody wants to host or be hosted here by some random people without experiences. 😊.

🆘️ For surfers who want to stay in my house, PLEASE READ MY HOME DESCRIPTION 🔝❗️

Why I’m on Couchsurfing

I'm a member of Couchsurfing because I believe in the beauty of cultural exchange and the magic of connecting with people from all walks of life. Whether I'm hosting travelers or exploring new destinations, Couchsurfing allows me to experience the world in a way that goes beyond mere sightseeing. It's about building bridges, sharing stories, and creating unforgettable memories with fellow adventurers.

I also want to have friends not just for the sake of something in return but for the safe of "Friendship". 😊. Btw, I try to help people so they can save their money and use it for something else.


I absolutely love chatting with people, sharing stories, and swapping ideas! 😊 Listening to others' life lessons is a treasure, and I'm always eager to share mine too.

Exploring new foods is a delicious adventure I can't resist, and curling up with a good book when I have the time is pure bliss. 📚

  • culture
  • reading
  • traveling
  • communications
  • history
  • languages
  • learning new things
  • meeting new people
  • friends and family

Music, Movies, and Books


Ahmad Bukhatir – "Fartaqi", "Ya Adheeman"
Muhammad Almuqit – "Ya laytel werdi"
Idina Menzel – "Let it go"
Tom Odell – "Another love"


"Good vibes, Good life" by Vex King
"Reclaim your Heart" by Yasmin Mogahed
"Kiss that Frog" by Brian Tracy


I can not specify I really love this or that movie but I say I love films in family, adventurous, fantasy genres.

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

I administer some of the largest and most active Telegram groups focused on IELTS preparation. Through these groups, I've assisted thousands of individuals in achieving their desired band scores, enabling them to pursue opportunities in Canada, the USA, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

The majority of our members are professionals in Africa 🌍, seeking to advance their careers in overseas. I have a wonderful team (volunteers) with different experts in IELTS test in our community. We provide these services completely free of charge because I firmly believe in the principle that we rise by lifting others.


"My prayer (du'a) was answered immediately after I made it"

I was in Wurzburg, Germany back in August 2023. I was participating in a program for students called "Work and Travel" at Tank & Rast. It was Sunday evening, probably around 5 pm. I had booked my Flixbus ticket to Switzerland with my friends many days before. They finished their work earlier and packed their luggage much faster than I did. I finished at 5:10 and got ready by 5:30. Unfortunately, in Germany, buses finish their routes earlier on weekends. Although I was aware of this, I didn't realize that I might miss the bus.

I ran through the forest to the bus station in the small village, but I couldn't make it on time. My friends texted me that they had left and reached the main Hauptbahnhof (main station in the city center). When I checked the bus schedules again, I saw there was one bus going in the opposite direction, which took me to another small village. There was a schedule for buses even on weekends, so I waited for them.

It was almost 7 pm, and still, no bus came. Deep inside, a voice told me, "Jafar, calm down. Your Lord won't leave you in trouble. Believe in Him. He knows best and trust His plans." I asked local people if they could give me a ride, but nobody cared. By 8 pm, I was still waiting on the bench, hoping for the bus to come, but there was no sign of it.

I made a dua, "Ya Allah, help me🤲. I know you have plans, and I believe in that. I also know you don't abandon your servants in hardship." I was about to give up when two couples approached me and asked in German what I was doing there. I explained that I was waiting for the bus and showed them the schedules. They informed me that on weekends, buses come only if you call them. I didn't really understand the system.

They called a taxi, but the fare was quite expensive. Since I didn't know German, I used Google Translate to communicate with them. They brought me to a gathering a few meters away from where I was. There, people were talking, drinking, and having fun. Thank God, one of them knew English, and I explained that I was a student and needed to be in Frankfurt ASAP because I had a Flixbus ticket for the next day. The lady who spoke English offered me a ride in her car, and only God and I knew how happy I was.

After waiting for about 4-5 hours and missing several trains to Frankfurt, my friends left me all alone. But God gave me the chance to reach the Flixbus first before them. After so many struggles, I was finally sitting in my seat on the bus😭, thinking about the situation. My friends arrived after 20 minutes.


What I Can Share with Hosts

During my stay, I ensure to maintain cleanliness and respect their space and belongings. I also offer hosts my genuine appreciation for their hospitality and the opportunity to connect with someone new. I'm happy to contribute to household tasks, whether it's cooking a meal, doing dishes, or helping with chores.

Moreover, I enjoy engaging in meaningful conversations and sharing stories, creating a welcoming and enjoyable atmosphere for both myself and my hosts. In short, I aim to be a considerate and grateful guest who adds value to the hosting experience.

Countries I’ve Visited

France, Germany, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates

Countries I’ve Lived In

Germany, Uzbekistan

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