Workers of the World Weekly: December 2, 2016

Workers of the World Weekly: December 2, 2016

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

10 Things You’ll Learn From Working at a Hostel
Bartending at a hostel in exchange for free accommodation taught Monica Gray many things including saying goodbye to people and how to ignore a mouse running across her pillow.

Volunteering With Asian Sun Bears
After meeting her first sun bear at the Elephant Nature Park in Thailand, Sadie began researching ways to help them and ended up volunteering with them in Borneo.

Don’t Become a Teacher in Thailand If…
Teaching English is the go to job for foreigners who wish to earn money while living in Thailand. But it’s not that easy and many prospective teachers, including Angela, don’t know what they’re getting into after accepting a position at a Thai school.

Spoilt in Japan
The snow just keeps on coming for Peter Marsh, a BASI qualified ski teacher working in Japan.

A Guide For Americans Moving To London: What You Need To Know Before You Take The Plunge
Having found moving to the UK even harder than China, Vanessa Elizabeth suggests you just give up on the idea. But, if you do want to persist, here is her advice for overcoming the odds.

Grape Picking in France, near Lyon
Two travellers join a large group of Estonians in a field in France.

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