Posts tagged with hosts:

"Back home, we offered our couch to complete strangers in need of a place to stay. On the road, our offers were returned tenfold. I think you get more out of Couchsurfing than you could ever put in, and that’s part of what makes it so incredible."~ Couchsurfers Oren and Cassie, http://bit.ly/1Ba6C0c

"Back home, we offered our couch to complete strangers in need of a place to stay. On the road, our offers were returned tenfold. I think you get more out of Couchsurfing than you could ever put in, and that’s part of what makes it so incredible."
~ Couchsurfers Oren and Cassie, http://bit.ly/1Ba6C0c

lettersfromtaiwan:

Sawa and Dai from Wakayama, Japan.  This wonderfully sweet and inquisitive couple stayed at our house this week after we met them and invited them to stay on couchsurfing.org.  They are our first visitors via the site and we had a great time discussing all kinds of things from religion to Japanese politics and Ghibli films.  We didn’t get much time during the day to hang out because EVA and I were working but in the evenings we cooked and ate together and shared tips for home efficiency and recipes etc.  We watched Cape No.7, Princess Mononoke, GTO and Samurai Champloo and I we got to learn a bit more about Japan via Google Earth and a handy HDMI cable that links my Mac to my 37 inch TV.  We hope to be able to visit and stay with them in Japan in the future.  It was a pleasure to host such a lovely couple.

lettersfromtaiwan:

Sawa and Dai from Wakayama, Japan.  This wonderfully sweet and inquisitive couple stayed at our house this week after we met them and invited them to stay on couchsurfing.org.  They are our first visitors via the site and we had a great time discussing all kinds of things from religion to Japanese politics and Ghibli films.  We didn’t get much time during the day to hang out because EVA and I were working but in the evenings we cooked and ate together and shared tips for home efficiency and recipes etc.  We watched Cape No.7, Princess Mononoke, GTO and Samurai Champloo and I we got to learn a bit more about Japan via Google Earth and a handy HDMI cable that links my Mac to my 37 inch TV.  We hope to be able to visit and stay with them in Japan in the future.  It was a pleasure to host such a lovely couple.