Giles 17 Apr 2007 / #1Ouch, just checked my calendar and realised I'm supposed to be relocating to Poland in about 14/15 weeks. Wow, knowing how quickly time flys this is a little unnerving, I can't wait, but what it means is really must concentrate on being frugul and saving every penny. Thankfully my Polish missus is very adept at saving. Its at times like this that one has to really remind onesself that every £20 just casually spent is 100zl in Polska and that goes so much further. I'm really excited though, this will herald a new chapter in our life; although my understanding of Polish and get by vocabulary is there I'm excited by the prospect of total immersion in the language. I've witnessed Poles arriving in the Uk with only "hello" and "goodby" and within six months they are speaking English (obviously not perfect, but well).Although my work plans revolve around opening a buisness, possibly teaching. I'm thinking mabye I should eat some humble pie and go and find a basic menial job, obviously not for the money.Rather as a means of A) forcing myself to speak Polish and B) So as to garner a true sense of what the average Polish man has to go through in order to make ends meet and to get a clearer sense of life in the frontline.Question. Are security operatives required to be liceinced in Poland?hmm, mabye I should go and work as a bouncer in Poland, hmm thats actually not a bad idea, hmm.Bubba do you know any of the answers?