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Love in Three Acts: Act Three, Romantic Love Na Slovensku Aj Po Anglicky

In this episode, four foreigners discuss the ups and downs of dating, marriage, and divorce in Slovakia. How do they find love? What challenges do they face as mixed nationality couples? What do they do when it all falls apart? I would like to thank my guests Mark Manney, Rida Ramzi, Luka Brasi, and Aneta Czyszczon. Check out Mark's band Abscondo at his website: and looks for his books Belove: How to End Pain by Escaping Your Ego  and Love It or Leave it on Amazon You can find Rida's fantastic dental clinic I Smile in Trencin; This episode and my  series on the migrant experience have been made with support from Fjuzn, a program of the Milan Simecka foundation. Please follow them online at: You can follow this podcast at my website: Music courtesy of Autohacker – Afternoon Tea Zorro – Hero (Instrumental Version) Magnus Ringblom – Trailed by Horror (Sting) Jonah Aardekker – And Suddenly There Was Love  Arthur Benson – How to Tango
  1. Love in Three Acts: Act Three, Romantic Love
  2. How to Draw Slovakia
  3. Love in Three Acts: Act Two, Friendship
  4. Immigration Breakdown
  5. Love In Three Acts, Act One: Family
  6. Reflections On The New Slovak Republic With Hugo
  7. {Repost} Introducing Chef Brian Navarro
  8. A Fish Out of Water
  9. A Leap of Faith
  10. Take Me Home, Country Roads

2 responses to “Podcast Player”

  1. Hey, Jeremy. Just found your podcast thanks to the Slovak Spectator. I haven’t listened to it yet, but I’m interested in your story. My name is Chris Helton, I’m from KY originally, and I’ve lived in SK since 2004 (been coming here since 2001). I live in Kosice where, like you, I teach English. My wife Antonia is Slovak and we’re raising three wonderful boys in an East Slovak village. Funny enough, my brother-in-law lives in Trencin and I’ve been there many times. You seem to address some interesting issues, like integration of foreigners and their involvement (wanted or unwanted) in their communities. SK sure is an interesting place. I’ve always said it’s like the “Hidden Kingdom of Tibet” at the dawn of the 20th century. Anyway, just wanted to say hi. ‘Preciate ya. Chris


    1. Hi Chris, thanks for reaching out! You’re right, Slovakia is more interesting than I was expecting when I first came. Maybe an email exchange would be better for a chat.


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