Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: February 9, 2018

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

What’s it Like to be a Traveling Yoga Teacher
Does the glamour of travelling as a yoga teacher, living and working in idyllic tropical destinations, live up to the reality? Adi tells it like it is.

The Spanish Challenge: Being a Journalist in Colombia
Going to Medellin was always supposed to be the final push on Flora’s Spanish skill levels. She would live and work in the Colombian city for four months, emerging with not just an introduction to journalism under her belt, but also with an easy fluency in the Spanish language. Yeah, about that.

How We got to Teach English to Monks in Laos
After sharing a tree house with two French travellers in Huay Xai, on the Thai/Laos border, Magda and Brent are recommended to go check out Monk Chat.

How to Write a CV for a Working Holiday to New Zealand
Your CV is perhaps one of the little details you wouldn’t put too much thought to before starting your working holiday in New Zealand, but Abbi warns that New Zealanders write their CVs slightly differently to how Brits do.

TEFL: Who’s Selling To You? Do You Know?
Teaching English as a Foreign Language is big business and a lot of people are making money working in some part of this field. Ian Leahy introduces the six major players.

My Working Holiday: Maria from Learning Life’s Lessons The Fun Way
Maria Jacobsen Holmes first went to Australia aged 19 and returned seven years later to complete her second year visa.

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