I type “International Teaching Jobs” on the Google search line and find myself looking at a long list of teaching jobs all over the world. “Anything in Latin America?” my wife asks, coming into the room.. “No… but here’s one in the Congo.” “Africa!!!?” “Yea… really. They want a calculus teacher! I can do that!” “Okay,” Chantal says tentatively. “If you want.” I hit the submit button and my resume is off across the world. What follows are four action-packed years of living, working and traveling in sub-saharan Africa. This book chronicles the second, third and fourth years of these adventures, including the day-to-day life of a teacher at The American School of Kinshasa from 2007-2009 who deals with a marginal infrastructure, the everyday challenges of living in a war-torn third-world country, and has adventures in South Africa, Kenya, Ghana, Uganda and Zanzibar. This is the sequel to the book, Calculus in the Congo Book 1.