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Old 07-24-2004, 05:23 PM   #1
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What's up everyone, my namei s Alex AND THIS is my first post. I'm planning a trip to Europe next summer, and I plan on travelling for half the trip and working the other half. I'm just curious to see where everyone has worked before, and what the best jobs are. I figure the funnest ones will be in hostels, in tourism, or bartending, or public relations/marketing.

So lets hear where everyone has gone

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Old 07-26-2004, 10:25 AM   #2
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hey alex, welcome!! I've traveled but I haven't worked overseas at all, sorry... under the table serving / bartending jobs will probably be fairly easy to find, but if you're looking for a proper job you'll have to get a work visa, which right now is *not* easy. Where are you planning to travel to?
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This is my first post too, so I thought I would contribute to your query. I have a friend who was able to extend his stay in the Mediterranean by working under the counter at a beach Resort in Greece. He was able to sleep on the beach, use their showers/laundry facility and hang out at the beach while earning some cash for the nights. He did it for three months with his brother.
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