How to Find a Bartending Job Overseas Do you dream of an adventure travel job where you get paid to travel, party, and live in paradise? How about a travel job that you can do all over the world and crawl into “the office”? If this sounds intriguing and a better way to spend your time than filing TPS reports, maybe you should get a bartending job overseas. This week I interviewed Pommie Travels Victoria about how to escape the cube and get paid to travel abroad by bartendering abroad in Lagos Portugal. 1.) My name’s Victoria, I’m 25 and I’m originally from Manchester. I am Pommie – 100 pounds of pure, drinking partying machine- roar 2.) I had quite a bit of bartending experience back in the UK- I got my first bartending job at university and worked in various bars to save money for travel…it’s one of those jobs that’s easy to get and easy to quit. But I was really introduced to the whole bartending overseas thing when I met my best friend at university. 3.) How much can you drink? Pommie hard at work “flyering” 4.) 5.)
502103445a154 Working in Australia on a Working Holiday Visa by becoming a Bartender I had just graduated into the middle of a major recession. It was 2009 and I was one of the lucky employed. I had landed a job as an IT Guru and Systems Administrator at a medium-sized software company outside of Boston, but I had developed a loathing for the industry entirely. My wage was only about 75% of what it should have been and full-time employment was not the standard on the market anymore. In this case the USA job market represents the after, and Australia job market the before…time to move to Australia. My plan to study abroad in Australia had fallen apart during college, so I began researching my options. Working/Holiday Visas in Australia Before I begin to tell you how I made money working in Australia and how I found a job working overseas as a bartender, let me first give a run down on how to legally work in Australia. Getting a Working/Holiday Visa in Australia is a relatively painless process. Working in Australia as a Bartender My first job bartending in Austalia
How to plan a round-the-world trip - travel tips and articles Itʼs the ultimate trip: circumnavigating the planet, and stopping off wherever takes your fancy. Great for travellers who want to see it all, or who are just plain indecisive. But booking a round-the-world (RTW) trip can be a complex business. Hereʼs our guide to getting started. How to do it The most economical way to circumnavigate is to buy a round-the-world air ticket that uses one airline alliance. There are rules: you must follow one global direction (east or west – no backtracking); you must start and finish in the same country; and you must book all your flights before departure, though you can change them later (which may incur extra charges). How long you need You could whip round the world in a weekend if you flew non-stop. When to go The weather will never be ideal in all your stops. Pin this image Image by Christian Steen Where to go The classic (and cheapest) RTW tickets flit between a few big cities, for example London – Bangkok – Singapore – Sydney – LA. Tips, tricks & pitfalls
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