I was fortunated to be invited in a really known and popular television program last summer in 2015. The program was about competing in groups and I was interviewed about me, myself and I an all the little things about my life. I only give all the credits to my aunt who is very loved celebrity and comedienne in Peru. My aunt is Susy Diaz and all thanks to her, I had the chance to be in a television which nowadays is the way for many people.
I think languages, and everything that includes in them like understanding and learning, are my strength. I speak two or maybe three languages fluently, Finnish, Spanish and English. I couldn’t thank my mother more that she taught Spanish to us and always spoke it. Furthermore, I’ve always been interested in learning new languages and improve in what I already know. Cultures interest me as well, especially the native cultures.
In New York 2010 visiting my family. Definately going back to States as soon as possible and recommend it to everyone, America is magnificent!
The photo is taken during vacation in the Philippines 2010. The Philippines has so beautiful nature and the people there are so kind and warm. I'm definately going back someday in the future. I think travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer. That's why I'm in tourism.
I like to cook and try new recipes. This is a Peruvian dish called Causa. Typical ingredients in Perus gastronomia is used fish, potatoes, meat and rice and lots of lemon. Fish and lemon are probaly the most important ingredients.
I’ve done all kinds of sports and tried many hobbies ever since I was a little girl. I started with ballet when I was six years old and moved on to football after two years. All my brothers played football and I thought it was way cooler than ballet so I wanted to play as well. I played football for six years in my home area and then moved on to dancing and cheerleading. Now I just go to gym and love it.
Yes, I do have something I enjoy in my freetime and that I consider as a hobby. I like photografy as an form of art. I think it's fascinating how you can capture a moment with all it's emotions, colours, atmosphere, gestures and nature. It's something I like and fires me.
Murcias region is in the southeastcoast in Spain. I was literally living by the mediterranean sea and enjoyed the weather and the beach everyday, of course after work! Here we are in a boat just sailing in the waves.
My lovely spanish family in Spain, Murcia. In the picture you can see my bosses, a married couple, Jesús and Pilar, their son Jesús Junior and the hotel Alboheras housekeeper Carmencita. I had the best time working with them. Working didn't feel like working with them. They are so relaxed and fun people. The best bosses ever and in Spain! Such a wonderful time that we had. I was their recepionist those two months that went too fast. I'll be back for sure.