Couch Surfing Thesis

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How to be a great couch surfer Introduction: • Couch surfing is a social networking tool for travelers to use while voyaging on the cheap. • Couch surfer can be alone, in pairs, or in groups and couch surfing can be done in over 250 countries with more than 2,000,000 couch surfers worldwide. • Couch surfing is popularized by its website and it costs nothing but the memories and experiences are priceless. Thesis statement: The three ways to be a good couch surfing guest is to write a good couch request, offer something to exchange, and keep a positive attitudes toward the hosts. Body paragraphs: First topic sentence: Write a good couch request • After read every potential host's profile thoroughly, make couch request personal to the potential…show more content…
If a member is unable to host us, send them a "thanks anyway" note even though we do not know who is him or her. It also costs nothing to be cheerful, enthusiastic, and appreciative of the host's hospitality. It can also make a big difference in how our host sees us and treats us. • Be respectful. This goes without saying. We are the guests. We should always respect our hosts’ culture and house rules. Take our shoes off if they ask us to, do not smoke inside unless they do so, and do not bring meat products in a vegetarian home. • The couch surfer host prefer the guests who have a positive attitudes toward them all the time. Conclusion: • To be a great couch surfer, we have to write a good couch request, offer something to exchange, and keep a positive attitudes toward the hosts. • For a budget travelers, couch surfing is a great option because we can have a travel more cheaply and of course it is often more culturally interesting than hostels. • The couch surfing community has its own code of honor which must be respected and followed by every couch surfer, thus we just try to be a generous guest and be a compassionate host in future if we wanted to be a part of it since it is one of the strongest and biggest travel communities in the
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