I love travelling, writing, reading, cooking, learning languages, visiting with friends and family, running, and just generally exploring and learning new things :) Hope that clears some things up!
-Chronicle of a Death Foretold
-A Song of Ice and Fire series
-And Then There Were None
-Franny and Zooey
-Raise High the Roofbeams, Carpenters!
-Life of Pi
-Lord of the Rings series
-George, Nicholas and Wilhelm: Three Cousins and the Road to WWI
-John Dies At the End
-any historical books, but particularly those related to WWII, Dutch history, or the history of odd things (ever read "Salt: A World History"?)
-The Royal Tenenbaums
-Land of the Dead
-Paris, Je T'Aime
-Star Wars (Episodes IV, V, VI)
-The Hills Have Eyes (original and remake)
-Children of Men
-Dead Like Me
-Are You Being Served?
-Game of Thrones
Regina Spektor, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Enter the Haggis, Boy & Bear, Mariana's Trench, Jason Mraz, Flogging Molly, Imagine Dragons, The Shins, The Offspring, Great Big Sea, Florence + the Machine, Squirrel Nut Zippers, The Decemberists, Fiona Apple, Anaïs Mitchell, Andrew Bird, Blue October, Laura Veirs, Passion Pit, Azelia Banks, Marina and the Diamonds, Lorde...there are probably more but if that doesn't give you an idea, I don't know what does...
I absolutely LOVE to cook, I'm all about trying new recipes and replicating comfort food I remember my dad cooking in my childhood. I have a weakness for Vietnamese food, but also A&W, whatever, don't judge. Also, word of caution: if I ever cook for you, I'll add at least 6 times the amount of garlic recommended for the dish. You have been warned...