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Family Couchsurfing with Bruno | Couchsurfing News Blog ]

“My wife and I hope is that he will learn from the experiences he lives through Couchsurfing to be curious and to respect all the wonderful cultures and people that live in the world.”


~ Couchsurfing Ambassador Filippo on Couchsurfing with his son, Bruno

Family Couchsurfing with son Bruno

The Alboth family of Couchsurfers in Berlin, Germany, describe what they love about being a Couchsurfing family:

Most of them immediately get in contact with [our daughters] Hanna and Mila. Most of them, knowing before where they will stay, were bringing little gifts for them. Little dolls from other corners of the world. It’s all a bit like having the whole world in your flat, even when you don’t travel.”

Read more about their many Couchsurfing experiences on their blog!

“Getting dinner cooked by our lovely backpackers Marina and Caroline. Thanks guys!”
~ Melita Downey, Caloundra, Australia

Getting dinner cooked by our lovely backpackers Marina and Caroline. Thanks guys!”

Melita Downey, Caloundra, Australia

Couchsurfing Route 66 as a Family: In the Wild with Alex

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NameAlex Woolf
Role: Senior iOS Engineer
Where to? Kingman, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada
Couchsurfing makes a me a better… father

Read Alex’s story about Couchsurfing with his son, Chance, both on a Las Vegas farm and through one of our smallest communities»

Couchsurfers Léa Navarre and Anthony Loyer having fun with the kids!
~ Melita Downey

Couchsurfers Léa Navarre and Anthony Loyer having fun with the kids!

~ Melita Downey

Russian artist Polly Kolesnikova explores the theme of loneliness in New York City by taking “family photos” with Couchsurfers she’s never met. Discover her work or respond to her request here.

Russian artist Polly Kolesnikova explores the theme of loneliness in New York City by taking “family photos” with Couchsurfers she’s never met. Discover her work or respond to her request here.

stephandarmel:

A farewell dinner with even more members of the Heredia family. How sweet!

It really was an honour to be hosted by this beautiful family that was so curious and enthusiastic about our trip. And they were so helpful too, especially when we tried to get info on how exactly to navigate the overnight border crossing into Bolivia. What are the chances that someone’s mother makes the crossing every few months, and was only a quick phonecall away?! Amazing :)

Oh, and let’s not forget about those delicious Jujeno-style empanadas, which I unfortunately will not be able to find anywhere else. Glad we were at least able to try them

Muchas gracias!