Can you advise me on couchsurfing please? Experiences?
- ?Lv 79 years agoBest answer
Look at some profiles of people in the area you're going to, contact anyone who seems suitable company (usually by email) and make an arrangement for your arriving and leaving dates.
Payment isn't required but take a present with you and pay your way with food etc when you get there.
You can meet some good people and have a nice place to stay in.
If you find you don't get along after a day or two there just say you're leaving a bit earlier than planned but be nice about it.
Nobody can like everyone. It's all part of the game and you won't be badly thought of in the couchsurfing system..
Be companionable, stay tidy, be of help when needed, and you'll have a good chance of a happy visit.
http://www.couchsurfing.org/ . . . . .