It's really difficult to write these things but here goes:
I am a very liberal person when it comes to most things and I dislike people who try to control other peoples habits or desires as long as those habits or desires are not violent ones. I do detest smoking though, I can't stand people who spew out their smoke in my face. And babies on airplanes.
I'm interested in different cultures but my main preference is western culture which I love so very much.
Playing the piano is a hobby of mine, and when I do I usually play romantic music by either Liszt or Chopin. I enjoy listening to a much broader variety though, but I do not like classicism very much (Mozart et cetera...). I am sort of an art enthusiast even though I do not know a lot about art besides 19th century piano music, but I will never say no to an art gallery or whatever shennanigans that may occur.
I also like travelling to different places, but I do prefer being home, as travelling can be very exhausting. I've been all over Europe and in some places in Africa and Asia, and in a few months I will visit India for three weeks. Some places I'd like to visit are Siberia, China (& Hong Kong) , Japan , Singapore , Ireland , Ural Mountains, Altaij Mountains, Caucasus, Greece and Italy.
Being the culture and travelling enthuasist that I am, I also like languages very much. I can speak fluent English (at least I like to think that I can) and Swedish. I also know a decent amount of German and French. Some of the languages I'd like to learn are Russian, Chinese, Latin and Welsh. Although I will probably never do.
I am a very sarcastic and critical person, at least when people are being stupid (and then they deserve it, right?). I can also be very cynical and bitter but only occasionally an when the time is right.
Sometimes I read a lot of books, sometimes I don't. I like philosophy books and biographies (some which I've read are of Franz Liszt, Chopin and Chv Alkan). I do read other books too though, like Faust by Goethe and The Art of War (Sun Tzu and other Chinese generals) as well as Napoleons military maxims. By the way, I am not a war enthusiast and I am not trying to conquer the world, I just find those books to be pretty interesting. I tried to read Atlas Shrugged once, but it was really dull and boring. Perhaps another time.