35 London, United Kingdom
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My self-summary

I Love running long distances, cycling and just keeping in shape. I enjoy the outdoors quite a bit and hike as much as I can, mostly day things with the odd long weekend away thrown in for good measure (Snowdonia, Lake District...).

I'm fond of pubs with personality, my motorcycle, log fires and craft beers, more so if in the company of friends, oh and I'm always reading something. I care about my career but I don't let it get the best of me and always try to make time for the important people in my life.

I'm close to my family, therefore visits to Spain are somewhat regular but I'm solidly settled in London, I'd like to think I've got a rough idea of where I'm headed to both at work and in life.

Respect, loyalty and honesty are qualities that define me and that I look for in a partner. Sarcasm and irony are my weapons of choice when it comes to humour - think Bill Hicks and Jim Jefferies - so if you work in marketing or advertising ... ;-) .

I've travelled a fair bit (11 countries and counting) but there are still many corners, side roads and far flung places to be explored, it'd be nice to find a companion to share all those experiences with, a friend, lover and confidant. I could say more but that would strip all the mystery, right?
What I’m doing with my life
Right now can be summed up in: working on my career ( I work in IT), staying in good shape, travelling and discovering new hobbies.
I’m really good at
Cooking potatoes omelette (after nods of approval from my friends, this time without recurring to blackmail I must say, I can add Beef Stew in Red Wine), watching a whole tv series season in one sitting.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: The Name of the Wind, Zen and the art of Motorcycle Maintenance, 1984

Movies: Hackers, anything Sci-Fi, How to Train your Dragon & The Lord of the Rings, The Matrix (no they never did 2 & 3, I'll only admit it under torture :P ) .

Shows: Firefly, Star Trek TNG, Nikita, Stargate, Everything by Studio Ghibli, Top Gear, BBC 4 Documentaries, Mr Robot, Halt and Catch Fire, Narcos, Ripper Street, The Big Bang Theory, TED Talks. interesting lectures...

Music: Joe Bonamassa, Steve Lukather, Neil Cowley Trio, Jamie Cullum, Herbie Hancock, Lee Ritenour, Joe Satriani, Paul Gilbert, Black Stone Cherry, Metallica, Blind Guardian, Kamelot, Nightwish, Delain, Dream Theater, Epica, Koan, Lunatic Soul, Riverside, Orbital, Opeth, Haken, Amorphis....

Food: Spanish, Italian, Indian, Japanese... the list goes on and on.
The six things I could never do without
Books, to learn, escape to another world or use as doorstop.

Being out on a sunny day, sunshine is such a rare commodity in London that I almost feel guilty not to seize it when shows up.

The sense of freedom I get when riding my motorcycle up a mountain pass, not to mention the huge grin on my face after accelerating out of a hairpin, it's the closest thing to feeling like a kid again, yay

Breakfast, I have more in common with zombies than with humans until I've had something to eat and coffee.

My smartphone, it's like a second appendage, so freaking useful it makes you wonder how you lived without it, even though we did!

Pictures, of the friends and family I left in Spain and the new ones I've made in London.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Crazy trips I want to do, like replicating the journey of Ernesto 'Che' and Alberto in The Motorcycle Diaries. Or the one I'm planning to do next summer, visiting northern India and Nepal finishing at Everest base camp.
On a typical Friday night I am
Either going to the cinema or catching up with friends at a nice pub, or the classic Pizza+Beer+Film, never gets old, or maybe just some random stuff like a comedy show or prepping the iron lady for a weekend trip.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Put on some Electro Swing and I can't stop dancing....
You should message me if
You'd like to see Book of Mormon, I've been wanting to see it ever since it came out!.

You want to teach me how to inline-skate . Learning on my own is cool but don't think my bum can take many more hits.

Now that Spring is getting closer you'd like to have a nice meal and some drinks at the Founder's Arms in the Southbank, or you know of another great pub to have a good time in the sunshine.