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'Windsor' - London, South East (UK)
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Fun guy seeks lady for romantic duets
I'm quite a laid-back sort of guy, with an active busy life and plenty of nice friends. But it would be really nice to have a special partner to share life's ups and downs, and to have some fun together! I have plenty of interests, the main one is music - mostly classical but lots of other music too.... my CD collection is quite a mixture! I'm far from being a sports fanatic, but I like skiing and walking in the mountains, and play some racket sports too. I have a challenging job in IT consulting, but I try to work to live rather than the other way round. Everyone says this, but of course I like being with friends, good conversation, eating out, cinema.... Places I'd like to go? Well I've seen quite a bit of Europe but have in mind a few places I'd still like to go - don't want to give away too much though! Dislikes? - I'm not at all into underwatery things like swimming and diving, and you're unlikely to find me out clubbing. On the other hand I like ceroc, eating Thai food, checking out the Sunday papers, going on a country walk that finishes at an old-fashioned pub, romantic dinner in a nice Italian restaurant.... The rest you'll have to find out!
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6' 0'' (1.83m)
I worked in Germany for a few years, and can get by OK in German. The little French I can remember tends to switch to German in mid-sentence!
Musical Instruments played:
My main hobby is playing violin - mainly classical, but sometimes some traditional Celtic stuff too
I'm enjoying Diana Krall at the moment, but my CDs range from Shostakovich to Grappelli to Capercaillie....
Sports and exercise:
Favourite has to be skiing, playing tennis a lot at the moment
Interests and activities:
concerts, countryside, dancing (ceroc), friends, hiking, mountains, photography, theatre,
Newspapers and magazines:
Might well get Private Eye for a train trip, other than that any broadsheet paper, most likely the Guardian or Independent
Don't read books as much as I'd like to - currently enjoying John Simpson's book about his adventures as a reporter. I liked Captain Corelli's Mandolin but I thought the ending in the film was better!
Looking for a video, I'm most likely to get something I've not seen before - I must be the only person who's not seen 2001 all the way through! Best film I've seen in a while has to be Crouching Tiger
Enjoyable evening out:
pub, meal, winebar, cinema,
chicken tikka, veal escalope, lemongrass and ginger marinated chicken,
safari in Africa, skiing in the Alps, backpacking in the Himalayas,
In another life:
Neil Armstrong, me again!, Leonardo Da Vinci, a golden eagle, a musician,
friendly, optimistic, reliable, thoughtful, independent
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