Due to the large demand for information on becoming Cabin Crew I have created a new website for this purpose. You can now find this post on becomingcabincrew.com.
This evening I sit on my sofa and reflect on what has been during the course of the past 6 months; from exam stress, to playing with baby elephants, to meeting celebrities, to getting BCF’s and de-fibs out at 30,000ft, it has certainly been an adventure. Working as cabin crew no two days are ever […]
Any traveller will have experienced the post holiday/travel blues, and what’s the best cure for this? Well to book the next one of course! So when I returned from my 6 month stint in South East Asia and Australia and began my job search, I thought what better remedy for my after subsequent depression than […]
Just as my ears began to pop from racing up 70 floors in the lift of the tallest hotel in Tokyo, I spotted this earthquake survival pack in the corner. Great to be prepared but if I wasn’t on edge before, I certainly was after seeing that!
When I found out I was going to be visiting Tokyo the first thing that came to mind were the images I had seen of the zebra crossings there. To many, being excited about seeing a zebra crossing may seem rather dull. But these aren’t just any zebra crossings, their crazily hectic zebra crossings like […]
The Giraffe Centre in Nairobi offers a unique opportunity in that they situate you on a platform level with the giraffe’s heads, allowing you to closely observe and feed them! Giraffes are generally quite timid animals, but when food is involved, these giraffes were there in a shot! As I walked into the centre I […]
The David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Nairobi, is a wonderfully insightful place. Whilst visiting I had lots of fun, however I also experienced great sadness. I will explain. Fun When entering the orphanage you are greeted by the many warm, welcoming faces of the staff, they are happy to help and are clearly very enthusiastic about […]
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