Nika loves nordic countries, liquorice latte and The Smiths. Her particular passion in linguistics explains her nonstop ability to talk about languages and foreign cultures, as well as her crush on Noam Chomsky. So far she has lived in five different countries and you can talk to her in multiple languages. Nika thinks that 500 Days of Summer is the best (not) romantic movie and could watch it over and over until her eyes get too tired and her heart completely broken. When Nika was younger, she used to be a scout. Today, she just wanders the streets, hikes the mountains and enjoys summer evenings next to the campfire with the closest friends. Nika likes entertaining children and hopes that one day she will have her own kindergarten. She won’t teach children; she will teach parents how to take life less seriously. Nika admires women who inspire her and men who understand architecture.
Nika doesn’t like waking up early in the mornings. She doesn’t understand such a thing as being a morning person. She hates doing the things she’s not good in. Before she came to Iceland she thought she couldn’t drive a car; now she drives everyday. She knows that everything in life is temporary and it often scares her. Nika doesn’t like the days when she feels unproductive and sometimes she wishes she was more creative. Her biggest fear is that she will never meet a person who will completely understand her soul.
When people want to make her happy, they brush her hair, feed her mint chocolate and call her Nikuška.