After last week’s battle with internet connections, to the point of moving from one side of our hostel accommodation to the other to pick up a neighbouring property’s wifi connection, getting this current batch of jobs abroad online has been a joy.
Our present workplace at the Evergreen Boutique Hotel in Hua Hin is aimed at golfers (and other nice people) but with strong internet connections and a desk close to the pool it is very suitable to digital nomads looking to get a bunch of job vacancies online too.
Despite its crappy wifi and slightly surly staff I also have a soft spot for the Jolly Frog Backpackers in Kanchanaburi where the last issue of JAB was posted. We were first there in 2003 but on this occasion were staying in the Frog after our short volunteer stints with the Safari Park Volunteer Initiative and Save Elephant Foundation.
Leaving Thailand – as we will be tomorrow – Dave Smile, a regular JAB advertiser and photographer who works in Malia, Greece, is looking for someone seeking to gain experience in photography, videography and writing articles. Draw a diagonal line across the Med and Andrew Lawson is offering internal travel and accommodation covered in return for therapeutic care in Morocco.
Skilled, caring nursing staff to support individuals with physical limitations on vacation are wanted in France. Pay begins at 15 Euro per hour, with travel, meals and accommodation provided.
In Switzerland a couple of vacancies for team players are available in a luxury hideaway in the 4 Valleys while elsewhere in middle Europe chefs are required across Germany and Austria. Back in the Far East, in Indonesia, Kayu Café wants a head chef or cafe manager.