Couchsurfing The World

Apr 26, 2012 by

Couchsurfing gets profiled in The New Yorker!

“… I, along with 3,965,492 others, are members of, a hospitality-exchange network that pairs travellers looking for a place to crash with locals willing to accommodate them or perhaps just meet for a beverage. There are members in every country, including North Korea, Pakistan, and the Vatican, and also in Antarctica. They speak, all told, three hundred and sixty-five languages—Saramaccan, Yapese, QuichĂ©, and Nicaraguan Sign Language, to name some I bet you are not fluent in. The WikiLeaker Julian Assange belonged to CouchSurfing…”

Read the full article here!

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