INTJ (introversion, intuition, thinking, judgment) - and if that doesn't mean anything to you, great! It doesn't mean much to me, either. Labels are for cans of soup, not for human beings. I identify as an introvert only because I appreciate the occasional me-time; I'm quite comfortable on my own.
I enjoy life by making myself go out and do things that most people would stray away from. I have a couple of motorcycles that I love to ride on, both business and pleasure ;) A few times a year I also jump out of airplanes to make sure I'm still alive.
Active sports include skiing, running, inline skating, and rock climbing (indoor). I also just started doing body weight exercises and took up jogging again (training for a sub-60 minute 10k in March). Non-active sports include lying on the couch watching movies and numerous TV-series. And occasionally painting something I regret hours later.
Amsterdam has been my home since January 2012, so I'm nearing my 2 year anniversary. I came here for a job, which lasted about a year because it bored me. My new job is intensely motivating and keeps my brain on its toes. You know, the kind of job that energizes you, rather than drain you. I definitely consider myself lucky in this regard.