Workers of the World Weekly: May 26, 2017

Workers of the World Weekly: May 26, 2017

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

Hitting Rock Bottom
A sweary man in a gorilla suit makes Lauren feel a bit better about her own personal low when – with $4 in her bank account and three weeks away from getting paid for forcing unwanted flyers into the hands of Londoners – she spotted a barely nibbled chocolate croissant tumble out of a bin.

Interview #16: Natalie Fox – Yogi, Surfer, Permaculturalist
Natalie Fox is a roving surf and yoga instructor who has taught yoga in Sri Lanka and the Costa Rican jungle, travelled to Antarctica to save whales and set up a women’s surf/yoga club in the Channel Islands.

Getting a Work Permit in Germany for Canadians
Amélie picked Germany on a whim and went about applying for a Youth Mobility Visa.

Become an Au Pair in Europe- A Great Way to Work Legally and Travel
Is Europe one of your dream destinations? Do you love to travel? Do you enjoy playing with kids? If so, Kach and Jonathan have found one of the best ways for you to explore Europe.

How To Find Volunteer Opportunities Around The World
Jonathan, who has volunteered teaching kids in Cambodia, and Kach, a former volunteer on a sustainable eco-farm in Laos, offer their help in finding our own places to volunteer.

43 Reasons Studying Abroad In Paris Destroys You For Life
Jennifer Schaffer says no bread will ever be like French bread, and 42 other things.

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