Workers of the World Weekly: April 28, 2017

Workers of the World Weekly: April 28, 2017

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world

Why We Called it Quits on our Canada Working Holiday
Though their working holiday in Canada was meant to last a year Petra and Shaun found the country wasn’t the place for them and ended up back home in New Zealand after just three months.

I Was Abandoned by my Grey-Gapper Parents
Anna Hart’s parents are in their sixties and going on a gap year to Vanuatu, finally giving her a taste of what it felt like for them when she jetted off to South East Asia at 24.

That Festival Feeling: Part III
Mimi joins the other ‘vollies’ at Fall Fest, a festival that tours around Australia.

Kibbutz Volunteering – How it Changed My Life
Sean was sat on a couch watching TV when his dad suggested he go work on a kibbutz in Israel.

Voluntourism 101: Tips for Giving Back
There are countless causes, destinations, and communities all over the world that benefit from volunteer service. But how can you sift through the overwhelming amount of information, organisations, and options to find the right programme? Social worker and experienced voluntourist Michelle Russell shares her insights.

Best Places to Au Pair in America
The US is HUGE, says Liz, and depending on what you’re looking for – big city, country town, beach culture, ski fields, etc. – there’ll be somewhere with exactly what you’re after. Here’s her five fave cities to be an au pair in the States.

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