This time we talk with Simon, a BeWorker from Denmark, who has been with us for quite some time.
Who is Simon and what does he do ?: Simón is Danish but has been living in Spain for 4 years. He is currently multi-employed, part-time at the Consulate of Denmark, here in Malaga and the other half-day works as Copywriter.
Describe yourself with 3 adjectives: In a Danish context I consider myself open. Curious, for my journalism career. And traveler.
If you were not a Copywriter, what would you have liked to do ?: Something related to football, not soccer, but something related to communication. Or also something related to politics.
Favorite place of Malaga: ‘Litoral Pacífico’.
Of all the places in the world that you have visited, which one did you like or surprised more? Why?: The one that has surprised and liked me most has been Cuba, because it is such a different country in all contexts … People, the way of organizing society, the street, the environment …
A place you would like to visit: I am putting pressure on my girlfriend to go to North Korea because I think it is the only place I can find rarer than Cuba. Although right now I also have a trip to Australia in January.
Your favorite meal: The whitebait with pepper salad.
A series or movie that you would recommend to everyone: ‘Bloody Sunday’ affected me a lot when I saw it. It’s about a killing of protesters in Northern Ireland, it’s pretty strong.
Your hobby: Playing football, running, and now I am trying to perfect the technique of driving a drone.
Music you listen to: Alternative music, like Muse.
Something you would like to do before dying: Go to Antarctica, in a short time it will be the only continent I have yet to visit. Right now I’m missing Oceania but in January I’m going to Australia.
Do you practice any sport? Which one?: Yes, football, running and also recently I have started doing ‘plogging’, which is running at the same time you are collecting garbage, so you do movements with the whole body.
How do you take care of your mind ?: Reading books and turning off the phone.
Thank you very much for your interview Simón!