I'm an independant, curious, well travelled, spiritual individual.
Having lived and worked in a few European countries, I moved to SF 10 years ago from England.
SF is a fantastic city, cosmopolitan and culturally diverse but it seems we all work so hard as city dwellers, surrounded by all this cutting-edge technology yet its not conducive to real human connections and no one has time to really communicate.
I work to live (vs live to work) and find it important to keep enough time in my life for the things that bring me joy like friends and family otherwise what is it all for?
I'm most happiest anywhere in the sun but generally outdoor activities are always uplifting. Snow boarding is an interest as is any reason to be in or around water. Love it, Sometimes i feel i would be in bliss living in Hawaii...to go snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, sailing daily on a whim. Always thought moving to California- the sunny state and learning to surf went hand in hand but then i did choose San Francisco as home! Now living in Marin I'm opening up to more scenic walks/hikes, plus I love the fact that the wine country is right on my door step. Not much of a biker or camper but always willing to try new things, seems like most Bay Area blokes nurture this side too them at some time or another, so do in Rome as the Romans do! I'm not afraid to break a nail.
I'm a bit of a health nut but that doesn't mean I graze on greens all the time, I love to cook (yes I make a decent curry) if I have the right company but not enough. I know my fine dining places but equally can surprise you with some great hole in the walls. Quite a fan of the new gourmet food truck fad.
I work in tourism. I'm looking forward to sharing the Bay Area and also uncovering new places with a like minded individual, who I hope to make my life partner. I appreciate you get out of life what you put in and that relationships can sometimes be a minefield but I'm up for the challenge, are you?
Don't want to be the girl that writes an essay on the meaning of life and such but ask away if you have any searching questions.
Only serious responses please, not looking to build sandcastles in the playground, so to speak. If you like what you see/hear, just mail me, no more teasy winks. Yep, I said it ;-) Life's too short for games.