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Travel a lot, meet people around the world, so see and understand the world from first hand.
- I like to enjoy life, see and try the most it can offer. I travel to have fun and meet people from other cultures.
- I do normal things thats weird for most people (so crazy things if you are like most people :) (e.g. lie down on the grass (without a sheet), do pogo at a rock concert, sleep in the open without a tent (just below the stars), go to my country house by bycicle (its more than 50 miles away so "omg, why don't you go by car you moron..."
- I love the sea.
- I don't get most people who forgot how to live...
Hiking, bicycle, kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, live music with instruments, meeting people, playing table games, ...
I like deep conversations, that goes way beyound "how are you and what do you do".
- live music
- scuba diving
- rock climbing
Music, Movies, and Books
Music is one of the best things in life for me.
When the drums and the guitar starts to play on the stage, it switch me off completly.
I like music that has something to say.
I don't like todays movies, but I watch a lot of TV series, like Supernatural, Dexter, Homeland, Big Bang Theory, Californication, Shameless, etc...
I like books also, because they leave a lot for your fantasy to fill out the blank spaces.
Mostly I like fantasy and crime novels, but the breakfast of the champions is also my favourite.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Climbing the Mount Kinabalu (13.400 feet high mountain in Borneo), swimming with sharks, wild camping in Croatia for more than 2 weeks with no civilization at all.
Cheating death 2 times.
Teach, Learn, Share
I'd like to think that I can show you 1-2 things that makes you free and happy.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Bahamas, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, France, Greece, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Monaco, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In