Will Fly You to His Town Will Come To Your Town Will Travel with You
Cairo, Egypt Cape Town, South Africa Marrakech, Morocco Bali, Indonesia Dubai, United Arab Emirates Beijing, China Singapore, Singapore Bangkok, Thailand Tokyo, Japan Perth, Australia Melbourne, Australia Sydney, Australia Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Vancouver, Canada Amsterdam, Netherlands Costa Rica, Costa Rica Dublin, Ireland Maui, United States Miami, United States Rome, Italy Santiago, Chile Las Vegas, United States Lima, Peru Madrid, Spain Paris, France Buenos Aires, Argentina San Francisco, United States New York City, United States Cancun, Mexico London, United Kingdom
I came to Texas from Canada on a «temporary» assignment, and have never been able to bring myself to leave. Of course you can take the Canuck out of Canada, but you can never take Canada out of the Canuck… so you should know that I'm hopelessly addicted to ice hockey and snow skiing.
I have an adventurous spirit and love to travel, and those that get to know me find a quirky, goofy sense of humor that doesn't shy away from making fun of myself. If you want to make a bald joke, you'll have to race me to the punchline.
I have been blessed that my work and personal travels have allowed me to see many different places — most recently South Africa, Jordan and Dubai, United Arab Emirates… and before that, India… wonderful country with just way too many people… and pretty much the most insane driving you could ever experience. I love Europe for all of it’s diversity of culture, however, my favorite country has to be Ireland. The people there are the warmest and friendliest on the planet, and yes, the Guinness does taste better the closer you are to Dublin!
Career-wise, I'm a successful professional engineer in the telecom business, and I have worked very hard to attain my career goals. Now I hope to meet someone that gives me a whole new set of goals to reach for. The person I'm looking for will share many, but not necessarily all of my interests… Just please don't hate hockey or skiing.
Seriously, I do think it's important to have unique and separate interests and points of view; as long as we can share plenty of laughter, honesty, affection, good conversation, comfortable silences, and possibly a bottle of wine from time to time.
So many places in the world to see… but it's so much more fun when it's a shared experience.