RomeroDadilola
33 Oakland, United States
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My self-summary
Born in Madrid raised in Buenos Aires, Chicano father, Peruvian and Brazilian mother of Swiss descent. Moved out west after meeting some good people working disaster relief in Pisco, Peru and through them getting offered a ten week gig as an electrician building the infrastructure of a temporary city in Northern Nevada.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm an electrician with BRC DPW and specialize in off-grid power for the rest of the year. Because of the intensity of the environment, the pace of the work, and the close living quarters, my co-workers have become my family and community here in California and all over the world. It has become a part of my life and I do not know if I could ever give it up.

I recently landed a job at the south pole as Antarctic research support. It's four months during the austral summer. I think I will keep doing this as I perversely thrive and seem to enjoy difficult work in impossible environments.

My goal is to own land, close to friends who own land, and still travel to work all over the world, but come back to a simple and beautiful place.
I’m really good at
Keeping a long term positive outlook. Growing up in the third world gave me that. Dancing and cooking are my next strongest selling points. Selling or promoting myself isn't
The first things people usually notice about me
I don't know, I don't have any single over bearing quality about me. I think I'm multi-faceted. I guess I'm pretty handsome and charming? Overall really nice guy? Is that what I'm supposed to say? "Magnificent sexual beast/latin lord-of-the-dance"
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I either like it or I don't. No favorites. While I believe myself to be an incredibly tasteful person, I can enjoy most anything, even shit I find to be dumb or cheesy. I realized that at a Daddy Yankee concert I was dragged to by a client in Lima. I'd rather go somewhere, listen to, read, watch, enjoy, eat, experience something new. What do you like? Ever tried .......?
The six things I could never do without
Number 1: Lots of secure fresh clean water. I'm obsessed with fresh water after living off-grid for two years and working with off-grid projects for over 7 years. It's hands down the most important thing for survival and you have no fucking idea if you've spent most of your life having easy access to it.

Quiet communion with nature

A visit to the ocean at least once a month

Giving and receiving kindness to strangers

My family of friends

The feeling of freedom and creativity in my life
I spend a lot of time thinking about
being
On a typical Friday night I am
Doing something/being somewhere/with somebody completely different from last friday.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm a hairy man and the O.G. across the street calls me
Hercules.
You should message me if
You know how to be open, safe, and honest. You are a very independent, kind woman who is sure of herself and is O.K. with not seeing me for 2-3 months while I'm in the desert, possibly want to join me there if you think you're up to it.
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