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Karina Freudenthal
Karina Freudenthal

Eternal traveller between worlds, passionately Latin, intellectual the European way, unconventional, undisciplined, wild, curious and creative.

You’ll see me walk down the streets of New York and smile. I have lived in Rio, Paris, Buenos Aires, Munich, Beijing, Auckland and Dili to name a few, done fashion shows in Milan, boated the Mekong down to Phnom Penh, dived the Great Barrier Reef, swam open ocean with dolphins, kayaked fjords on the NZ South Island, and represented Mexico as team-leader at two paragliding world championships. I just acted in my first real movie! Life is not a spectator sport, and I seek to keep expanding my spiritual, ethical and philosophical context. My life is a life in colour.


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