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Paleo Couchsurfers

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created October 23, 2012 at 9:25 AM

Hey! I was just wondering, any paleo couchsurfers here?

I came to realise couchsurfing makes a paleo lifestyle slightly harder, so I came to think, would be cool to see any other paleos couchsurfing. So first of all, I found there is actually a group, which is unfortunately really empty: http://www.couchsurfing.org/group.html?gid=50344 Hope to get this slightly more active. So join now! And the other thing, if there are any paleo couchsurfer coming to London (or Austria), just give me a message and maybe I can host you, or we can definitely meet up. Here the link to my profile: http://www.couchsurfing.org/people/rosswold/ And if you have never heard about couchsurfing, check it out, it is amazing! Simply put, the best way to Travel and meet open-minded people.

So, to make the question clear again, are any of you paleo couchsurfers? And what is your experience with it in terms of staying Paleo/healthy?

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on November 04, 2012
at 12:35 AM

Joined. Thanks for the tip.

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on October 23, 2012
at 04:47 PM

Joined! Thanks!

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on October 23, 2012
at 02:52 PM

I started the PaleoHacks group and you're right,not too many people have joined yet. I go to London a few times a year, so I'll have to message you the next time I'm there.

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on October 23, 2012
at 10:45 AM

I'm another Paleo couchsurfer. Currently living in Izmir, Turkey teaching English. When I traveled around Turkey this summer, I stayed with a number of different couchsurfers in Istanbul and along the Mediterranean Coast. Best way to stay somewhat Paleo was to cook meals at "home": eggs in the morning, usually, and some type of meat for dinner. But, when traveling in another country, it's always important to try that region's cuisine, so typically I allow myself to "fall-off" the paleo bus with a self-promise that once I'm settled back in to a routine, I'll do a Whole30.

Headed to Greece tomorrow, where I'll stay with another couchsurfer in Athens for four nights! And once I get back to Izmir, I'll be hosting a couchsurfer from Iraq for a few days.

Gutentag: What are your experiences with traveling + paleo?

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on December 12, 2012
at 11:24 AM

This is such an awesome concept!

I'm not sure why I haven't heard of it.

I think that I need to plan a trip around the world with couchsurfing...

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on October 23, 2012
at 10:21 AM

why has this thought never crossed my mind?! (probably because I'm not travelling atm) I've couchsurfed on numerous occassions but that was before my paleo days. But the great thing about the couchsurfing community is that it's just as open and diverse as the paleo community so I would imagine any host would be very open/receptive of your lifestyle! It sounds like a great way to travel if you're wanting to experience other paleo lifestyles across different cultures if that's your intent

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