'comme je trouve' is my family motto, it dates back to King Richard. Owning the greater portion of southern Ireland, basically from Kilkenny down, and we're all familiar with Kilkenny, we like a drink.
A close enough to direct translation of the motto is, "as I find" or, in today's less than beautiful terms, "take it as it comes". So I'm easy going and don't mind the odd present of a bottle of single malt, if you get my meaning.
I like comfort at home and my definition of that is art, music, friends, wine and quiet. Not necessarily in that order.
I also like work, well my kind anyway and if you're travelling this way, speak a language other than English and stop in Singapore, might mean some work for you. Translating, reading scripts, proof reading, that sort of thing.
As for staying in my place, its basic, what you see, is what you get. If I'm to compare it to life, it's a dying breed. Singapore in its drive to achieve great heights, both economically and structurally, cannot not leave a place like this alone for too long. It is a haven of peace and tranquillity, inhabited by people who hate high rise living, who enjoy it and treat with respect.
That's all I ask of anyone.