Workers of the World Weekly: April 29, 2016

Workers of the World Weekly: April 29, 2016

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

What It’s Really Like to Live and Work in Thailand
Lying in a bed stained by her unruly bowels, Kelly Iverson reflects that her TESOL instructor couldn’t have been closer to the truth when he said her teaching career in Thailand would not be one decorated with photos of fruity alcoholic beverages and white sand.

My Teaching Abroad Horror Story
Though the two typhoons and an ‘explosion’ between job application and arrival in Shenzen meant his accommodation wasn’t as promised, it was contract changes and threats that convinced Frank Macri to switch schools.

Laura’s Advice to Find a Paid Internship in Dublin – And Enjoy Life There
Pauline asks her friend to share her experience about her paid internship in Ireland.

Is Travel Blogging a Reliable Source of Income?
Goats on the Road Nick and Dariece go into detail how they make $3,000 each month online.

How Do People ACTUALLY Make Money From Blogging?
People think bloggers don’t make any money from their blogs so Johhny shows some ways that they do.

8 Responsible Alternatives to the Tiger Temple
More people are thinking twice about the animal attractions they visit whilst travelling, say Franca and Dale, who offer their advice on choosing a responsible option, along with a selection of alternatives.

What is House Sitting in Costa Rica Really Like?
Though more expensive than other countries in the region Charlie and Luke spent most of their year in Central America in Costa Rica because of the plethora of house sitting work they found there.

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