are you interested in exchanging travel?

@catmei (54)
China
May 12, 2009 2:36am CST
that could mean that you and me are friends from different places. you comes to visit my city and reside with me for free, and sometime later i visits your city and have a free residence too. is it popular in your country? are there any websites providing this service?
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3 responses
@Porcospino (28301)
• Denmark
12 May 09
Yes, there is a website where you can find a free place to stay and where you can get in touch with people who are looking for a place to stay in your city/country. The website is called Couchsurfing. I didn't use the site myself, but I think it is a great idea. In the past I had many penfriends from other countries and I have visited some of them and stayed in their homes. Some of my penfriends also visited me and stayed in my home, and I think it is great way to make new friends and to vsit a new country without spending a lot of money.
@catmei (54)
• China
14 May 09
thanks a lot. i find couchsurfing a wonderful great website. when we have no internet, we founded worldwild friendship through penfriend. now we have internet, this friendship has been more easy. it's a nature that we want to make distant friends besides neighbourhood friends. this excites us much.
@jazel_juan (15753)
• Philippines
12 May 09
that is quite appealing catmei! of course hahaha
@catmei (54)
• China
12 May 09
i see you are from philippines. i like your country. do you love my country? let us be friends. thus we can do a lot of things besides exchanging travel.
@pengbubu (1015)
• China
22 May 09
I'd like to, but I can't afford it right now. I have a pen pal in California, we contacted for about half a year. I think I will go there some day. Haha!