I enjoy traveling and have a spent some time in Spain, France, Hong Kong, Mexico City, with some friends from the various locales. I haven't been doing as much traveling as I'd like lately because of work but I intend on correcting that in the near future.
Personality: I like to think of myself as witty and funny but then again who doesn't? I'm an amateur science-geek with a passion for evolutionary biology and neurology. I love having interesting debates and try to follow Carl Sagan's advice: “It pays to keep an open mind, but not so open your brains fall out.” I'm a fairly voracious reader as well.
I'm also a gamer, but less so in recent years, and fine with either pen and paper (rarely lately), card games, or computer. I'm not the outdoorsy type, it's just never been my cup of tea. I'd much prefer an intelligent debate sitting at Starbucks with a Mocha Frapp than a kayaking trip. Or a good game for that matter. That applies to hunting as well. Never had any interest in it and I can confidently say I never expect I will.
Then again the company makes all the difference.
Politics: I'm a liberal with an ACLU member card in my wallet. (Update: Card has been lost somehow.) That about says it all. If you are on the far right-wing / tea party end of the spectrum we will likely not get along.
Exercising has never been a passion of mine since I never liked sports much, (I got my varsity letter on rifle team and math team in school), and was naturally thin. As I've gotten older I've started to work out but I have to force myself to do it at this point, it's not exactly a passion though I think a workout partner would be a great motivator.
On the whole"religion" note: I'm a secular humanist through and through. Read "Atheist". I don't mind if somebody's theology differs but I can't countenance most fundamentalists. That being said I'm being a bit hypocritical because I have very strong views on religion myself. I try to reign it in, however, even though I think the "Militant Atheist" label is a bit silly.
Frankly, if you're excessively religious, (not cultural but actively practicing/devout), spiritual, Ala carte Christian, etc, it's quite likely we will not get along.
This applies equally to conspiracy theorists and "mystical"/psuedoscience types (homeopathy, astrology, iridology, etc.)