Workers of the World Weekly: February 17, 2017

Workers of the World Weekly: February 17, 2017

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

Travel Jobs Around the World: Bar Crawl Leader
A bar crawl is a packaged nightlife tour for party seeking tourists to meet new people, get free club entry and discounted drinks. Someone has to look after these rowdy groups of intoxicated holidaymakers and that someone in Portugal, Croatia and Greece has been Ana Powell.

Chalet Hosting, Verbier, Switzerland
You’re on your feet all day, working split shifts doing hard physical work but chalet hosting is an incredible way to spend five months and one of the best jobs Sarah Williams has ever done.

How City Travel Review Changed My Life
Nam reviews the travel writing course she took in Berlin that inspired her to begin her own blog.

Never Teach English in Vietnam Like This
Vietnam is awesome for teaching but Alice Nettleingham did everything wrong when she worked there, learning the hard way. Read on to avoid the same mistakes.

Working Holidays in Andalusia Spain
Though the Mediterranean coast is a major tourist destination infamous for sun burn, piss ups and the absence of local culture, volunteering on farms gave Jonathon and Emma Engels a different impression of southern Spain.

Volunteering at Elephant Nature Park: What’s It Like?
Amanda Williams planned her entire Southeast Asia trip around volunteering at an elephant sanctuary.

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