Ok, I know we said we were going back to Poland, but…

A few days before Christmas, Matt’s friend and former co-worker Warren hooked us up with a sweet job in Gun-San, Korea.

We leave tonight.

It’s been pretty hectic getting ready on short notice, but the opportunity was too good to miss. For two weeks we’ll be teaching at a winter camp for kids. One of the perks is that the flight’s paid for, and the return can be used any time in 2003. Needless to say, we’ll be traveling in Asia this winter.

We took a drastic step, and finally sewed some Canada flags to our backpacks… I know, we swore we would never be one of those travellers, but we decided it was more important not to be mistaken for Americans in Korea, as they’ve been causing some shit over there.

Our itinerary is loose, very loose. We figure we should hit Japan, if we can afford it, and say hi to my friend Matt Snell who’s been living there for a few years now. Taiwan, and maybe China? Then perhaps Ho Chi Minh City, and Bangkok? Our pal Paul is in Bangkok teaching English, we think.

We should still be in Asia for Chinese New Year, which could be a little bit of all right.

We’ll be updating as much as we can, so stay tuned.

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