I recently moved here from Europe I was living in Germany and before that Vietnam. I am a Canadian but have't ever lived here so am learning the differences between here, Great-Britain where I was born and France where I grew up.
I am in charge of the Academic department in one of the language schools in town and it's both challenging and rewarding which I think any job should be.
I know who am, what I need, where my limits are and I think I am able to convey that clearly without being pushy, bossy or arrogant. I like well balanced people with a quirky streak. I don't have much time for constant moaning (I do on occason do a bit but think it's fine as long as it's funny, right?), negativity or the 'I want to but I can't attitude' In my opinion that means you don't really want to. I have an optimistic outlook on life and if something bugs me I'll change it or learn to live with it if I can't and move on.
I love swiming and scuba diving and need to be by the water as often as possible, even just to watch it. I live in the west end so that makes it very easy for me. I haven't been skiiing in ages but I used to be quite good and would love to go again soon. I like walking, cycling and camping in good weather only though and go for the occasional run. I love boats and used to help my dad sail his little sail boat when younger, I also love trains too. The longest ever train ride I was on was the trans-siberian from Moscow to Irkutsk. 86 hours.
I could go on but it's a summary.