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A spaghetti of various experiences. When it comes to summing up my life it’s nothing but polar opposites of heart warming moments.
I talk a lot so a brief description of this kind is not the easiest task, but give me a try. Basing on couple of previous years I fit somewhere between:
• Watching sunrise on Machu Picchu and seeing the sunset on Mount Bromo (Indonesia).
• Living in Hong Kong in the smallest room I have ever seen in a building called Chungking Mansions being a patchwork of nationalities, languages and cultures and staying by chance (CouchSurfing!) for a while on a pro yacht in Palermo (Sicily).
• Dancing tango on a street of Buenos Aires and getting emotional while hearing Buena Vista Social Club’s tones in Havana for the very first time.
• Fine dining above London once or twice and discovering Rio de Janeiro’s suburbs trying to learn, observe and understand.
• Crossing China in low-class trains and riding Bolivian Death Road by bike (yaaaaas!).
• Two-day and the entire night hiking in the world's deepest canyon (Colca, Peru) and spending sleepless night in a tribal bush hut on a Brazilian, Argentinian and Paraguayan border "being danced" by the bonfire nearby Iguazu Falls ❤
• Struggling to survive while sleeping on the ground in the wild jungle of Brasilian Ilha Grande (silly, don’t do it guys, go camping properly!) and living on a boat on Borneo, seeing snakes, crocodiles and orangutans overboard each day while brushing my teeth.
• Visiting The Beatles houses in Liverpool and swaying to „Strawberry Fields Forever” in New York’s Central Park close to John Lennon's Dakota.
• Spending Year’s Eve in wildly inspiring Berlin and celebrating Easter in a van while driving through Great Ocean Road in Australia.
You are interesting.
- adventure travel
- harry potter
- playing piano
- tree hugging
- peanut butter
- bikram yoga
- sleeping under the stars
- loving life
Music, Movies, and Books
I cry a lot at the movies hehe.
My favourite one is Amadeus by Milos Forman. I also no longer count the number of times I've seen Fiddler on the Roof.
I admire the tenderness of Paolo Sorrentino's poetic narrative. ❤
Recently, I very much enjoyed Human by Yann Arthus-Bertrand but there is so much more. Let’s talk and share.
I can talk about art forever but I will just leave it here that my favorite Pink Floyd album is Division Bell and I find their song Poles Apart particularly meaningful.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I was born.
I was loved.
At the age of 18 I left home for Kathmandu, Nepal. That was quite significant for me too.
Teach, Learn, Share
As I graduated from a music school I can teach you how to play piano :)
+ How about acro yoga? Fancy a jam?
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, China, Cuba, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Italy, Latvia, Mexico, Nepal, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Australia, Nepal, Poland, Portugal