I've moved quite a number of times in my life, 13 or 14 times. Korea, Chicago, LA, Connecticut, Boston, Philly, New York... given me some perspective on things. At the very least, it's made me perfectly bilingual, so I'm thankful for that!
I've recently finished my training in NYC as a physician and now work in LA as an anesthesiologist. I like what I do, it's fulfilling, and I get to help out people and make them feel better on a daily basis. It's a good combination of hard work, not-so-bad hours, and making the world a better place, one patient at a time. Can't complain!
I love adventure traveling... especially to places that a lot of people don't ever go to. Most recently, I traveled through South Africa and its wines, the desert dunes of Namibia, the deltas of Botswana, and ended up soaked in Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. Two years ago, I stood freezing and exhausted at Everest Base Camp, looking up at the Khumbu Ice Fall, the first dangerous pass toward the summit of the highest mountain in the world. And it's a good thing that I've already visited Syria, Jordan, and Egypt since going there nowadays would not be the best idea! I'd love to keep on traveling and visiting places that one only sees on National Geographic.
I also greatly enjoy playing the piano, and when I have the time, running long distances and feeling the runner's high. Running the NYC marathon was one of the happiest moments in my life and I want to keep running races until my old age.
I've done my share of dating around, and frankly, I'm now definitely looking for the One. Yeah... kind of a romantic deep down. It would be great to spend the rest of my life with an intelligent, genuine, light-hearted, and attractive woman... with a great smile! I'd like to share experiences in traveling, fine dining, good conversations, music appreciation, and eventually start a family with a bunch of lovely children.
Let's see how it goes!