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Coming to America!!!!

Looks like it is back to America in May or June. It has been over five years since I have seen my family (mum dad and three brothers and three sisters). Arranging tickets. Salt lake City, Utah and living with my folks for the summer in a place called Spanish Fork (Utah). Earn some money doing some marketing or pr or editing or whatever

then off to London in September

want to stay in Europe

maybe change my passport from British to Irish

not an easy transition . . . hard to leave Poland in some ways . . . but gonna get back on my feet again someway somehow . . . still kicking

Spanish Fork. . . hm . . . nice strange sounding place . . .

or was it American Fork??????


Anonymous said…
Good luck:-)
Anonymous said…
maybe change your passport from British to Polish ? ;)
Anonymous said…
SPANISH FORK and we are waiting
Anonymous said…
Hello Marcus. I recently received a phone call for an interview to teach in Korea as a ESL. The first thing I did was search the internet to find some information about the experience from other people who have taught there. From what I can see you taught in Korea in 2006 and my first impression after reading the blog was that you weren't totally satisfied with the experience.
I was just wondering if you could give me more information about what the job was like and about your life in Korea in general. As you can understand this is an extremely difficult decision to make, so I would appreciate it if you could send me some feedback. If you do not want to reply here but would prefer to send me an email instead, my address is

Thanks in advance for your help. I would have sent you an email instead of posting here but I couldn't find your email address :)
Please respond if you can...

jwg said…
see you in London

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