I am part-Sephardi and also Jewish. Essentially, I am a Jewish Latina. There is no requirement of a certain percentage of Spanish blood in order to be considered Latina/Hispanic. Therefore, I am although, I will admit, the percentage is rather small. But there is Spanish on my father's mother's side of things.
Therefore, I will answer this question. I enjoy computers, cooking, the Internet, working out, movies and travel.
I do hope that you realize now just how absurd this question is. Okay? I am not -- please don't misunderstand me -- I am not trying to make you look ridiculous. But I do want you to get that asking this question -- even if you get a million responses (and you won't) from Latina women (and how are you going to verify that a respondent is female, or Latina, or Latina enough, somehow, for your purposes?) who are sincere in their statements of what they like -- is not going to get you the answer that you are looking for.
These are individuals, not a separate species. They are not a monolith, to be readily categorized into one easy bucket that says that they all like long walks on the beach and the musical stylings of Cole Porter. These are people. Get to know the individuals and you will understand them.
BTW, FYI, if I were to be approached, back when I was single, by a guy speaking either Spanish or Yiddish to me, in some attempt to impress me, I would try to see if I could find someone to help this person. I do speak Spanish, but it's been years. I was not brought up speaking either Spanish or Yiddish in my home, except for little bits of Yiddish, and I took Spanish (and French, actually) in High School. Attempts to impress are, well, they're nice if they're well-thought-out. But these kinds of specific efforts would probably not go over perfectly well, at least not with me. And, again, seeing as I am an individual, my Mexican cousins (yes, I have them) might see things differently.