Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world
Getting a Job in the Greek Isles: Working and Living in Ios, Greece
When working on Ios, whether as a door whore, floor whore, or bar man, you can expect an unforgettable summer of new friends, beautiful weather, skinny dipping, wet t-shirt competitions, shots, ridiculous pool parties, strawpedos, epic pub crawls, cliff jumping, Swedish midsummer madness, no stress, and just generally ‘getting loose’.
Jobs for Travel Bloggers: Captain and Clark Transition to Local Tour Guides
Tawny Clark and Chris Staudinger have a baby and settle down in Tacoma, Washington, to found a local tour company.
Headrock Dogs – Part 1: Hands
Each year John, a full time professional photographer based in Belgium, commits himself to volunteer work and also to help an animal related organisation via his photography. This year he volunteered with Headrock Dogs, an animal shelter in Bang Saphan, Thailand.
Is Teaching at a Language School in China Worth It?
Tricia talks with Kyle about his experience teaching English at a language school in northeast China.
Guide to Ethically Volunteering in Asia
Amy Blyth promotes four organisations through which she has found responsible placements in Asia.
Working Holiday Adventures From Around the World: Readers’ Tips
From fruit picking and au pairing to ant extermination and being a film extra, Guardian readers prove adept at making a dime on their travels.
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