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DavidRamosC David Ramos Cordero anytime

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About me

I'm studying a Civil Engineering in Santander (Cantabria, 20km far from my home), what makes me spend a lot of time in this city (classes, academies and practices) and at home.
The exceptions are when I'm on my own trips or visiting my relatives abroad.

Spoken languages

  • Spanish Mother Tongue
  • English Intermediate
  • French Can only say Welcome!

My interests


Going on adventure, live music, reading, sports, paying piano...


Ken Follet, Tolkien, Dan Brown. Carlos Ruiz Zafón, Patrick Rothfuss,...



Varied. Between Yann Tiersen or Metallica throwing to Franz Ferdinand, Radiohead, Coldplay... Some classics like Queen or Beatles. I'm also interesting in some spanish music. And of course: MUSE.


I like any flapdoodle.

Organisations I belong to:

Suances Rowing Club

Travel experiences

Past trips:

Cork, Switzerland, InterRail (Paris - Brussels - Bruges - Amsterdam - Hamburg - Berlín - Prague - Vienna - Venice - Florence - Pisa - Rome), Porto

Chile, Bolivia, Perú, Paraguay, Brasil, Uruguay, Argentina..

Planned trips:

Dublin, China, USA.

Belongs to the following groups


yes, i can host
Max number of guests:
Maximum length of stay:

We can negotiate it.

I Live With:

Mi parents, it depends of the season. There's always a house empty or many beds. A lot of beds.

I can offer my guests:
A guided tour.

I could do as a tourist guide. Wifi. Breakfast.

I can offer my hosts:

A conversation, but I don't promise to be an interesting person (Haha) I'll try.
Any easy gift that doesn't mean to me a sacrifice

Other information for guests:

I have a flat in Torrelavega, near Santander, and a house in Cortiguera, near the sea. Cantabria isn't a big place so it's very easy to move yourself by buses or trains. In some cases, I could bring you by my car.

House Rules:
No smoking, No drugs.

As my mum usually says (in spanish): "Formalidad poca, pero que dure." That means something like: "Little formality but durable", I think. And of course, education.

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