I wonder what hobbies others have?I like hobbies where I get a feeling of improving at something worthwhile, and that make me feel more confident. Some of my favourites at the moment are swimming, language learning and going to new places.Some things I'm interesting in trying are acting, indoor climbing and possibly martial arts. I am doubtful about martial arts because it seems to me that you either take it casually and don't learn practical self-defence or you take it seriously and mix with aggressive people and probably get hurt. It would be confidence boosting to be proficient at self-defence though.
handicrafts and geocaching here
What language(s) do you learn? I wouldn't call it a hobby, I just do it because there's a need but it's actually quite good fun that way. Vi kan snakke litt norsk hvis du liker det!?
Norwegian if I'm not mistaken?
Hi oktanol,I'm learning German currently, although I am interested in learning French as well. I am interested in travelling to various places in Europe and I think they are the most useful languages to know. Language learning is also good for the brain. I did study Norwegian for a while on Duolingo because I am interested in going there and to Scandinavia in general, but I have forgotten it all now.What things do you make?
What languages do you need to learn and why? What I like about learning languages is the feeling of progression and that if you keep studying it regularly you will understand more over time. It also makes me feel more cultured and worldly to be able to understand other languages (although I am not much good at any yet).
What's geocaching like? I like hiking so I have considered doing it before.
What is your geocaching user name? I love solving puzzles and have found my love of the outdoors and skill at puzzle solving can be combined into a single hobby. I'm currently somewhere about the top 50 in the U.K. In terms of puzzle caches found, with 1,802 of them to my name.