If you don't want to teach children or spend half your day commuting to one-on-one lessons with businessmen, finding a good TEFL job in Europe can be a very slow experience. So far there have been only titbits: a school in Spanish Morocco that looked wonderful until I scrolled down and saw the kindergarten classes; Western Siberia I wrote off as too cold to start in January; Porto would be great, but I'm much more interested in picking up Spanish than Portuguese.
I've been here before. When I left Korea for the third and final time I had telephone interviews for Warsaw, Turin and Istanbul. Just before Christmas I turned them all down, on a whim. A few hours later I saw the advert for Sicily. I've never once looked back.