Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: December 16, 2016

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

When the Going Gets Tough in Spain
Amy and Andrew find that nonchalantly rocking up in Spain, scoring a nice apartment in Madrid, and getting some teaching work and building a life there is no longer on the cards.

“Building” in the New Dunkirk Refugee Camp, France
Overshadowed by the Jungle, Katie Featherstone tries to improve the living conditions for people in another of Europe’s refugee camps.

CityTravelReview Review – Week One
Alison Karlene gets settled down in Berlin for her month long travel writing internship.

I’m an International Cat Sitter
Claus usually works as a tour leader but has found a side hustle looking after kitties.

Teaching English in Ling Ling, Nepal
Shraddha Gupta describes her time as one of the first English teaching volunteers in Ling Ling, a Nepali village.

6 Reasons Why You Should Never Volunteer Abroad
Anna Faustino provides half a dozen double negatives for why you should, really, volunteer abroad.

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