It has been a year of change.
There I was going to my teaching job every day, wishing I had a job where I could work from home…
But it wasn’t teaching.
No human interaction.
No girls crying.
No boys farting.
No managers whinging … oh no that didn’t change.
But I couldn’t go out!
SO I started blogging more.
Then at the end of June I got a chance to move to a house close to the Ocean in Dar Bouazza, which is just to the west of Casablanca, Morocco.
Great – no internet for the first month, by which time I had lost my momentum on daily posts.
It has now taken me two and a half months to get going.
And what got me going was quitting my job and finding a new one in Central Asia.
A few years ago I lived in Almaty, Kazakhstan and had a great time. Great restaurants, bars, Opera, Live Music, Mountain walks, skiing in the winter and some of the most beautiful women in the world.
Soon I will be in Baku, Azerbaijan, a short trip across the Caspian Sea from Kazakhstan.
When this wretched virus abates I will be able to take weekend trips to Almaty to catch up with old friends.
Sometimes life kicks you so you can appreciate the uplifting times.