Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: June 1, 2018

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

Redefining the Shower
Baffled by the young woman travelling alone in her country, Ma Kyu – a lay attendant to the monks at the forest monastery in Myanmar where Kaelyn Lynch would be spending a few days – appointed herself Kaelyn’s caretaker, beginning her duties in the shower.

Digital Nomad, Digital Expat or Digital Loser? The Big Debate
Nicholas Barang goes off on one about raping corpses, genocide, snotty Thai farmers and those nice digital loser racist nomads. I can lose the will to live sometimes reading Nicholas’s posts but scroll down past the bit about Hitler, get to the end, and there is a serious point about gurus selling the dream.

Johnny’s Guide to Bulgaria for Digital Nomads, Entrepreneurs and Long Term Travelers
I guess we’ll just have to gloss over that JohnnyFD only heard of Bulgaria two years ago and thinks it was part of the USSR. He reports on Plovdiv, and Sofia, plus the upcoming digital nomad hotspot ski resort Bansko.

How to Find a Hostel Job And Travel The World In The Meanwhile
Hostel lover Ewa Gabara funds her travelling life style by working in exchange for free accommodation.

Teaching English in Ukraine – a Guide
If you are interested in working as a teacher in the Ukraine, Kate and Kris provide a comprehensive guide.

Best Friends Animal Society
If you want to visit Piggy Paradise, Dogtown and Bunny House, Utah’s Best Friends Animal Society offers you the opportunity to work in their various rescue centres. Here, Sadie reports on each.

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