I enjoy travelling (but didn't really start until about 10 years ago). My favorite place in the continental United States would have to be San Diego, and thankfully I get to go back this October, as there is a conference there. The weather is great (even in October). I'm a sucker for the zoo/wildlife park and Seaworld. I don't know of anyplace else where I can feed a giraffe and a rhino in the same day (that would be the wildlife park). The food is great, also (besides the fresh seafood, you haven't really lived until you've had an In-N-Out burger). I have also been to Nassau in the Bahamas - great waterpark, plus there is a tank/enclosure where you can get in the water with a dolphin. My last great trip was to Alaska in 2011 - white water rafting, walking on a glacier, ATV'ing, hiking in Denali National Park, visiting a reindeer farm and musk ox farm, and the like. I think you'll notice a theme of me liking to interact with wildlife...
I have been white water rafting three times (New Mexico, Virginia, and Alaska), and have had a blast each time. I thankfully don't have a fear of water. Slight fear of heights, though; while I do enjoy rollercoasters I cannot bring myself to ever take my arms off the grab bar (subconscious fear that I'll fall out).
In general, I'm fairly low-key. I don't like to go out to bars or the like on the weekends. It just doesn't do it for me, including as a way to meet someone of the opposite sex. I certainly don't mind a night at home, but also enjoy going out (sporting events, even though we have to suffer through some bad teams at present in Cleveland; dining out; going to the movies; bowling, which I am admittedly not that good at). As far as watching sports on tv, I do like pro/college football. I also will watch the NBA, but usually only if it's a Boston Celtics game against a decent team (I follow the Celtics because I am a fan of one of their players, Kevin Garnett).
My job certainly is not easy. I definitely put in more than 40 hours per week. However, it is worth it to me because I truly love what I do for a living. It is intellectually stimulating, plus it feels good to spend your day helping others. I'm very satisfied with the path I've chosen...but I certainly wouldn't mind if electronic medical records (the definition of user-unfriendly) didn't exist.
In closing, I'm definitely looking for a relationship. It's something very important that's missing from my life, and well, here I am! Let's see how this goes.