According to the Encyclopædia Britannica I am widely recognized to be the greatest traveler since محمد ابن بطوطة. Without false modesty I must admit rose to prominence rather quickly. Aged four I was already capable of swimming six lengths of a standard bathtub without a stop while reading the Bible backwards (gold medal at the legendary Household Olympics of 1987). By the age of seven I would regularly leave my house, for minutes at a time, wandering around the staggering 56 meters and 12 centimeters radius. As time went by my appetite for adventure only grew and by the age of 30 I finally managed to go for a package holiday tour to Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. Which was, understandably, my greatest adventure up to date.
Other than that I live and work in Barcelona, Spain.