|Giacomo (left) and Federico (right) are making Italian pasta|
|I am cooking Azerbaijani traditional food |
"Heftebejar" for my host in Cluj, for Codruta
|Dima (Russia) & Simona (Romania) are relaxing |
with Azerbaijani tea and Shisha in Baku
|with Georgian couchsurfers in Baku|
|I organized trip to Quba (Azerbaijan) with couchsurfers from |
Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Romania and Azerbaijan
|I organized couchsurfing meeting in Baku|
- Always fill your profile. It is very important for the users, who will accept you.
- Never forget to read others profiles, when you send any request!
- If you want to send couch request, do it individually, not to groups
- After having experience with any users, try to leave a reference for them. But of course, if you have no opinions about that person, skip this part.
- Expect any kind of answer from users. Be calm, when you respond back in case of negative answer
- Couchsurfing is not a dating page!
- If you had negative experience with anybody, don’t forget to put negative reference to that user. Plus, report his/her profile.
- Learn more about the city. Try to find out where are the cheap places for eating, cheap transport till airport/train station, cheap hostels, cheap and good bars/pubs/clubs and of course, interesting places to visit.
- When you show your city, always ask from couchsurfer, weather he/she is hungry. Also, ask which places he/she wants to visit first. Offer your suggestions!
- If you have possibility, organize meetings to meet your local community.
- When you are at somebody’s place, try to contribute. In my case, I always cook Azerbaijani traditional food for them.
- Be ready to see people from any culture and religion!
|Picnic of couchsurfers at Botanical Garden of Baku|
|Hitch-hiking with couchsurfers to Khinalik,|
to the mountains, which are 2500 metres
up from Caspian Sea (Azerbaijan)