Books: Cervantes, Mario Vargas Llosa, Milan Kundera, Anais Nin,
Jane Austen, Henry Miller, Lawrence, Umberto Eco, Tolkien, Rowling,
Herbert, a multitude of business writers, a ton of articles and
essays, Tom Clancy, Shakespeare, Le Marquis de Sade, a few
biographies and autobiographies, ... (I will add more)
Movies: Battleship Potemkin, Chaplin, Oliver Stone, Kurosawa, Love
Actually, The September Issue, Helvetica, Objectified, Star Wars,
Star Trek, Evangelion, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Run Lola Run,
Amores Perros, LotR, Pixar stuff, Latin American cinema, Italian
cinema, Almodovar, a little French cinema. Good, solid stories,
well written, good photography, great acting and direction.
Shows: Cats, The Phantom of the Opera, Cabaret, a little bit of
theatre. Dance, classic and contemporary.
Music: completely eclectic. From Bach to Gin Wigmore. From Queen to
Vivaldi. From the soundtrack of Cinema Paradiso to 2Cellos. From
Regina Spektor to ABBA. From Ravel to Barber's Adagio for Strings
Op 11. Miguel Bose, Laura Pausini, Porcelaintoy, Mozart's Requiem,
Carmina Burana, Carmen, Tosca, The Veronicas, t.A.T.u., Pat
Benatar, Joni Mitchell, Joan Jett, Muse, Coldplay, The Beatles,
Luciano Pavaroti, Maria Callas, Evanescence, Dido, Carlos Vives,
Amaia Montero, Mecanno, Bacilos, Ana Torroja, Annie Lennox, Craig
Armstrong,..., lots of classical, a bit of opera, starting to get
into a tiny bit of jazz...music to listen to, to dance to, to be
Peruvian food. Italian food. Chinese, food. Japanese food. French
and Nordic cuisine. Parmigianno Reggiano, blue cheese, emmental,
cheddar, wine (all types of wine), Peruvian Pisco, vodka, creme
brule, grilled steaks (blue/rare), fish, shell-food, octopus -
especially grilled, coffee and moist citrus cakes, biscotti, ...
(food and wine are almost as infinite as music).