Although I was originally born in Hungary, I received my entire undergraduate education at The University of Tokyo in Japan in cognitive psychology. Currently I'm a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University researching the interface between language and cognition. I'm an outgoing, cheerful person who loves meeting with friends, listening to music, dancing, reading and traveling. My favorite destinations so far are Turkey, Japan, Brazil and Spain. I love reading, listening to music, and can't get enough of any kind of food but especially Turkish, Japanese, Mexican and Greek are my favorites. I traveled a lot and stayed at many places, so I'm adaptive to any kind of accommodations and situations, therefore I can guarantee a completely problem-free deal with anyone who would honor me with letting me stay at her/his place. Life motto? Adventure may hurt you, but monotony will kill you.