When it comes to movies, I can give anything a try if it sounds interesting, but my favourite genres are sci-fi and fantasy. To give a few examples: Blade Runner, Oblivion, Edge of Tomorrow, Inception, naturally both Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trylogies, Avatar (really hope the new ones won't suck), Pirates of the Caribbean, the list could go on. I also enjoy a good comedy, romance or drama if they're not too shallow for my taste, I like movies that can leave me moved and encourage reflection.
Then of course there is Marvel, which I like immensely, and hate it at the same time for the ending of Infinity War (poor Spidey...).
With books it's a little bit different, as I don't have a lot of free time on my hands. I try to read around 1.5 to 2 hours every day, and when I do, it's just fantasy, at least for now. At the moment I really enjoy Steven Erikson and his Malazan Book of the Fallen.
Well first would be Poland, I was born there, so couldn't help things much. It's a beautiful place though, and I know every country is in some way, but seriously, we have everything. Mountains, forests, lakes, seas (just one but shushh), you name it. Next on the list would be Czech Republic and Slovakia, went there a couple of times during summer camps, it was fun, sadly I don't remember much about them. Except that they have the best chocolate in the world called 'Studentska'! Nothing beats it for me to this day. Anyway, then there was Germany for a couple of months, just for work. Hated every minute of it - the job, obviously, the part of the country I was settled in for the moment was lovely, Bavaria. Would have stayed there longer if not for my complete lack of language. I guess that's why I'm stuck in UK now, relatively good money too, and I know english more or less. But it's not all that bad, don't get me wrong, the weather? I love gray.
For a long time it was catching a fish with just a stick, some fishing line and a safety pin, but now I must admit, my proudest accomplishment is to live entirely on my own for more than two years 😃 Some people might find it funny - and that's good for you, you don't have that problem - but for me it was a big step forwards. Other than that, I was pretty good at volleyball in school, plus girls fought over me when we were choosing teams for dodgeball in primary school! It's gotta count for something.