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Melody Padula

Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires City, Argentina

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Overview

  • 2 Positive References
  • Fluent in English, Spanish; learning Italian
  • 29, Female
  • Member since 2012
  • World traveler!
  • I went to primary school, high schoo...
  • From I was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina!
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About Me

CURRENT MISSION

Live the life I love, Love the life I live!

ABOUT ME

I am a very happy person, with many energies, wanting to live a good life, friendly and eager to be happy.

Always in good mood and facing the paths of life.
I love to meet new people all the time, listen their histories, I always try to learn of them.

I love nature, be free as a bird, flight with them, enjoy breathing, be quiet and relax when is necesary.

I love music, rock especially. I love to read good books and watch movies!

PHILOSOPHY

"Rather than love, than money, than faith, than fame, than fairness... give me TRUTH."

"There are those who observe things as they are and wonder why. Some people, however, imagine it as never had been and ask why not?"

Interests

I love traveling, fills my soul, the only thing that makes me completely happy, meet new people and continue to maintain contact with those already known.

Music, Movies & Books

Movies:
"Back to the Future "
"Pulp Fiction"
"Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"

Music:
Rock, Grunge:
In english: Pearl Jam, Metallica, Nirvana, Audioslave, The Beatles, Foo Figthers, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Aerosmith, etc.
In spanish: La Renga, Los redonditos de Ricota, Charly Garcia, Cielo Razzo, Almafuerte, Attaque 77, Bersuit Vergarabat, Callejeros, El Bordo, Heroes del silencio, Indio Solari, Intoxicados, La Favorita, La Vela Puerca, Las Pastillas del Abuelo, Las Pelotas, Los Piojos, No Te Va A Gustar, Pappo, Sumo, Catupecu Machu, entre otros...

Books:
George Orwell "1984", "Animal Farm".
Carlos Castaneda "Las enseñanzas de Don Juan", "Viaje a Ixtlán", "Una realidad aparte", "El arte de ensoñar".
Hernan Hesse "Demian", "Siddhartha", "El lobo estepario"
Ernesto Sabato "El túnel"
Roberto Bolaño "Los detectives salvajes"
Jack Kerouac "En el camino"
Joseph Conrad "El corazón de las tinieblas"
Entre otros...

" Y me contó la historia de un muchacho enamorado de una estrella. Adoraba a su estrella junto al mar, tendía sus brazos hacia ella, soñaba con ella y le dirigía todos sus pensamientos. Pero sabí­a o creía saber, que una estrella no podrí­a ser abrazada por un ser humano. Creía que su destino era amar a una estrella sin esperanza; y sobre esta idea construyó todo un poema vital de renuncia y de sufrimiento silencioso y fiel que habría de purificarle y perfeccionarle. Todos sus sueños se concentraban en la estrella. Una noche estaba de nuevo junto al mar, sobre un acantilado, contemplando la estrella y ardiendo de amor hacia ella. En el momento de mayor pasión dió unos pasos hacia adelante y se lanzó al vací­o, a su encuentro. Pero en el instante de tirarse pensó que era imposible y cayó a la playa destrozado. No había sabido amar. Si en el momento de lanzarse hubiera tenido la fuerza de creer firmemente en la realización de su amor, hubiese volado hacia arriba a reunirse con su estrella..."

In English should be something like this...
" And he told me the story of a boy in love with a star . Adored his star seaside spread their arms towards her, dreamed of her and directed all his thoughts. But he knew or thought he knew , that a star could not be embraced by a human being, believed that his destiny was to love a star without hope, and this idea built around a poem critical of renunciation and silent suffering and faithful that would purify and perfect himself . All his dreams were focused on the star . One night he was back by the sea , on a cliff , watching the star and burning with love for her. At the moment of greatest passion gave a few steps forward and jumped into the void, to meet her. But in that moment he thought it was impossible so he broken down to the beach. He had not known love. If at the time of launch would have had the strength to believe firmly in the realization of his love, had flown up to meet his star ... "

One Amazing Thing I've Done

The beautiful culture and scenery of Argentina...
The long coast of Chile...
Bungy Jumping in New Zealand...
Diving in the Great Barrier Reef in Australia...
Sunrise and sunset at Angkor Wat, Cambodia...
Snorkel in Kho Tao, Thailand...
Tubing in Laos...
Cu Chi Tunnels in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam...
Kinkaku-ji, Gold Temple and culture in Japan...

Countries I've Visited

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, England, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Laos, New Zealand, Spain, Thailand, Vatican City State, Viet Nam

Countries I've Lived In

Argentina, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand

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