Ben Sixsmith

Confessions of an English teacher abroad

I didn’t expect to stay in Poland

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The English teacher abroad is a generally peripatetic animal. He moves somewhere for a year or two and then gets bored, runs out of money or fathers an illegitimate child before moving along. Meet him and he has a thousand stories about Mexican border guards, Thai prostitutes and Russian oligarchs.

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