31 Auckland, New Zealand
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My self-summary
I'm back in NZ with my feet on the ground and keeping busy after 4 years away travelling, working and living the life.

In my element I'm a traveller, a go-er and do-er. A year ago I came back from 14 months in Latin America and it was incredible, now just like your every day junkie I'm itching for more - but it's going to have to wait!

So here I am in the mean time filling life with other things nearly as meaningful; motorbikes, spanish speaking, rock climbing, music and filling out internet dating questionnaires.

I'm here to expand my social horizons and meet some quality people, So if you're a person, or know someone who is please do feel free to drop me a line!
What I’m doing with my life
Oh flip, another person (ok, website this time) to ask me this!
Right now I'm in the phase of working and saving for 'something'
It should probably be some kind of investment, but might end up being another cross-continental motorbike trip - it will depend how the winds of responsibility blow the day I find myself with enough saved to do one of the two.
I’m really good at
Opening tough jars, investigating, guitaring, misplacing, wondering, wandering, fixing that strange sound coming from your pre 1995 car (and other garage tinkerings), looking at stars, and un-developed world travel.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I see some of you all have some really impressive lists of all the quirky slightly off centre movies and books you've all watched or read and feel right now just a bit un-cultured! I enjoyed The Post Office by Bukowski, and The Great Gatsby, but for the most part my bookshelf is a lonely one I'm afraid. For the most part I can't bring myself to watch most movies, although Into The Wild was amazalicious.
The six things I could never do without
Thought, experience, clean water, being outside, motorcycles, food, and going over the allowed number of things you could never do without.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Why cultures and societies are how they are.
What the world would be like if something or other was different.
Motorbike travel.
The future and I'm a bit interested in philosophy as well. (I've read nearly over 2 books on the matter)
What life decisions to make.
Seriously considering whether or not I should buy a paraglider / second motorbike / snowboard / mig welder / slackline / some kind of sustainable helping mechanism for developing world country / countries / light aeroplane / bitcoin / small business / house in the back country of Ecuador / picnic basket.
You should message me if
You got to the end of this and thought "I'd like to message him"