Yes, I love eating but, more than that, I love trying to understand a new culture. I don't want to be all 'gap yah' on you but I think learning a language and putting yourself out of your comfort zone is the best way to begin to comprehend what people do and give importance to. So I study Spanish and Portuguese at Newcastle University and I've spent the last year studying at Cadiz University for 6 months and 6 months at Sao Paulo University. I'm currently studying Korean at Seoul University for this Summer and I plan on learning French and Italian after completing my degree. I've recently got in to film making, photography and travel writing to try and earn money to pay for my rather random and spontaneous trips abroad. However, all of these skills are about as basic as my Korean pronunciation. More to come for certain however. Perhaps I can even make a business out of it after university - who knows.