I really love to travel and see the world and I therefore can't understand some of my friends, whose perfect vacation consists of sunbathing 24/7. When I travel somewhere, I really like to see something (and I don't necessarily mean the "touristic hotspots"), get to know the people and their culture.
There are certain places I'd love to see at least once in my life (Iceland, New Zealand, Scotland) and places I'll probably visit this summer (Stockholm and Madrid).
I also like to learn new languages. So far I tried my luck with four different languages (not counting the two I was taught in school and my two-week-long phase of "Oh well, wouldn't it be splendid to learn Norwegian?") but I never managed to learn much more than "Sorry, but I don't understand you".
Movies: not much of a movie buff, especially not of blockbusters. Watched a lot of French and indie movies recently.
Shows: Game of Thrones, Suits, Criminal Minds, Sherlock, Downton Abbey, Greek, 10 Things I Hate About You, Pillars of the Earth, Trinity, Merlin, Prinzessin Fanthaghiro (judge ahead, I dare you), Sirens, Emergency Room...
Right now I mostly listen to rock / alternative / indie music, but I don't mind some electronic (just no techno!) music or oldies. Trying to get into folk, but don't know where to start. Favourite current artists are King Charles, Mumford & Sons, Roman Fischer and the like.
Recently got into cooking and baking thanks to my new KitchenAid. I'd like to broaden my culinary horizon and would consider myself to be an adventurous eater, though I'm never too sure if it's really supposed to taste like that when I cook a new dish myself. While I try to stick to a healthy diet, chololate will always be my weakness. I prefer white wine over red wine and can be quite a beer snob.
But please refrain from contacting me if you identify as a men's right activist, are a religious zealot or don't know how to differentiate between there/their/they're. Trust me, we won't get along in that case.