I'm a very active, professional, love: art, music, movies, outdoor activities, running, swimming, biking, snowboarding, paintball, soccer, traveling, love to cook (I'm pretty good at it), music ( I have a huge collection, I’m a bit of a music/movie buff), love live music shows, dancing (yes, dancing), computers and electronics, and I like to try anything new that catches my eye...
I'm also very much into good nutrition, and I believe in eating healthy and organic. I love food, but good food more than anything, so you will see me reading labels and in the produce section mainly. My two favorite stores, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's.
I'm an avid runner, Full Marathons, and anything below that of course, 200 Mile relay races, and Triathlons. I did my first Half-Ironman October 2nd 2011, and I loved, and I have done 5 Half-Ironman Triathlons and on June 19th I completed my first Full Ironman distance Triathlon (140.6 miles)...
I like to get to know someone, chat, hang out, go on a few dates and see what happens. I usually have no expectations more than a date that can turn into a friendship, and maybe more from there. Of course instant chemistry always moves things faster. Intelligent conversations always steal my attention and maybe more. Oh, I have tats that are covered, since I like to look professional while at work, and even though I plan to get more they will never be in places than can be visible.
I'm a geek at heart, I love technology and computers and everything related.
If you like True Blood, you score points... (not a requirement), if you know who The Mars Volta, BT, or Gustavo Cerati are you score big points.
I have also been faced with the fact that women think I want someone as active as me, although it would be great it is not a requirement, I would like to meet someone healthy and active, and that can understand that my passion for the sport , and that the passion for it will never be greater than the passion for my “partner in crime”. ;-)
Honesty is key, and I really appreciate an answer even if it is to say “thank you, but no thank you”.