The world of English teaching as a way to travel can be tricky to get your head around. Let our guide put you on the right path.
Buongiorno! If you love to travel and have been thinking about what kind of seasonal job is for you, we can help by explaining what being an au pair means. We have arrived in Italy to spend the summer looking after two young kids for a family on a farm in the region of Umbria. [...]
'What's this on my face?! Shining in my eyes!' 'Oh that's the sun', explains Henry knowingly. It's the end of the season and we've left the small ski resort of Sainte Foy, now we're sat with a selection of breakfast items from McDonald's waiting on a bus. Lost somewhere inside a hazy hangover my eyes [...]
From the Highlands to the Alps, travelling on a budget - the seasonaire diaries!
Apologies for the silence. Recently we've moved from a transient life on the road to rural living in the Highlands and ended up halfway up a mountain in the French Alps. Internet and time have become valuable assets, both hard to procure. With every move, there's a new a job and new set of skills [...]
The event staff management team we worked with this summer wanted to interview us about the good, the bad and the ugly side of seasonal work and doing a summer of festivals - 13 back to back! PARiM have put the interview up on their website which you can find here: https://parim.co/event-staffing Here's a snippet... [...]
All the bits you don't hear, real advice for prospective festival workers!