Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: September 8, 2017

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

Beach Busking & BBQ with Bob (Again) – Kuantan, Malaysia
Emmanuel Marshall first met Bob in 2015 while bumming around on the beach playing music in Australia. Now they’ve got back together to bum around on the beach and play music in Malaysia!

Teach English in Turkey : Requirements, Jobs, Pay & More
When considering how to financially support yourself while travelling or moving to Turkey, teaching English is the option that pops up again and again, says Natalie Sayin.

Volunteer to Help Refugees on the Greek Island of Samos
While on a six week hiking holiday through the Greek islands J. Kathleen Thompson was convinced to do something to help refugees. She volunteered with both Samos Volunteers, a grassroots humanitarian organisation on the island of Samos that have taken on the job of supplying the refugees with basic survival needs, and with Medicins Sans Frontieres.

Tips for Applying as a Teacher in a Thai School
One of Richard Barrow jobs at his school is to read emails from people applying for a job as an English teacher. He give his advice on what to do, and what not to do, to make your application stand out from the crowd.

Wow! How $60 Got me 1500km From Alice Springs to Darwin
A fortuitous conversation in the Alice Springs hostel kitchen reminds Stephanie Parker that she can travel for AU$10 a day by relocating a vehicle for a rental company.

Our Work Exchange Experience In The UK: Plastering With Clay A Straw-Bale Roundhouse
The UK is the most active region in Europe when it comes to sustainable living, alternative communities, and natural building. Wanting in the future to build their own house with natural materials, Otilia and Davide cross the Channel to join a work exchange and learn some of the skills they will need.

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