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Weather Starting to Change

So I am sick again. I think it’s the changing of the seasons and the weather going from cold to warm to cold to warm. It doesn’t seem too bad this time and I am off to the doctor’s office in the morning.

I have found a hospital I really like. There is a small international clinic that helps people who speak English and it’s where I have gone for the past year. They are very helpful and quick to get back to me when I need to schedule an appointment.

I got up too late today to make an appointment, so I emailed when I got to work. About an hour or so later, the woman from the clinic called me to confirm my appointment time. It’s usually quick and easy when going and rather inexpensive. The most expensive part will be the cab ride over there and back. I could take the bus, but when I am feeling bad I don’t want to wait.

I have been doing more and more with my video camera and hopefully will have my first video up soon. I have made one of some of the students giving speeches at our presentation festival, but not sure about putting school stuff like that online.

I am looking for ideas on what to do with the camera. I figure I’ll video what a typical day is like here and perhaps some of my favorite places to visit. If there is anything you would like to see more of in Korea, drop me a line and let me know. I’m always open to suggestions.

Nothing much is new here in the Land of the Morning Calm. The weather is starting to warm up and we are entering a new semester. I don’t have any vacations planned in the near future, but with the weather getting warmer I hope to be out and about a little more once I get over this cold.

Till next time…

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About Eric Bynum
I taught ESL for three years in South Korea and now I am looking to set out on a new journey after just finishing my teaching certification in the US. I hope to continue teaching and traveling and you can follow his journeys here.

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