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My two female hosts picked me up from the airport, drove me to their apartment, put me up in their spare guest room (with its own bed), fed me dinner, suggested a few places to check out tomorrow, gave me my own set of house keys (they had to work early tomorrow), and encouraged me to have a good day. Since then I've stayed with hosts in Peru, The Netherlands, and the U. (Here's my profile.)Couchsurfing hosts are some of the coolest and most generous people on earth.
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before striking up a conversation as a solo traveler.
You want to know something about the person, have a common subject of conversation, and, ideally, have already corresponded (through a website or e-mail) before meeting.
Why not just "be friendly" and "say hi" to new people that you meet?
Here's why: because introducing yourself to a total stranger in a café (or bar, or party, or at a tourist attraction, or on public transport) can feel creepy, anxiety-provoking and awkward -- especially when you don't have a friend or two backing you up.