Living & Working in Great Places
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Hi Erin. I wish I could share your view of the Ivey house. The job and the management company was good. The owner, who is not retired, turned my winter there into a nightmare. It’s not a good place for a woman alone to go to.
Does anybody know if there is anything good in Key West for the winter? Something with employee housing thats fairly cheap.
Key West is really a year-round destination with pretty steady needs. I doubt if there is much of a seasonal vacancy. Which means you'd have to find positions and housing just like if you chose any other city. There is some need in the other keys with housing, but I don't think it's cheap housing...depending on your definition of cheap....
Hi there. I am interested at the job. Could you help me pls , how, when, where to apply ? Plus what is issue can be with getting visa there?
I have seen the listings for the Peruvian for years. I know a skier that goes to Alta often and always stays at the Goldminer's Daughter. While basic researching of the area, the Rustler Lodge kept popping up and catching my eye. Today I agreed to terms with the latter for this season.
well, I managed to land a job in the US Virgin Islands from October to Mid may/june. (Not through CW mind you but nonetheless im excited)
Any insight you can offer would be great. I have never lived on an island before and am told it takes some adapting.
Two questions to start:
1) How hard is it to find housing once on Island? So far I am having minimal luck while off island? (I'll be on St john)
2) I am curious as to how available newer electronics are? ie video games? I am told there is a Kmart on St Thomas and wasnt sure if you knew if their stock was as current asthe mainland. I am sure I may get flacfor this question, but rainy days happen and i play video games so,....