August 24, 2013 @ 11:43 am - posted by Liz
If you’re looking for great things to do on your career break, volunteering with wildlife reserves and sanctuaries in South Africa is a brilliant idea.  In this podcast, Ellen Sziede from African Conservation Experience talks about the different volunteering opportunities they offer.  If you love wildlife, volunteering on a sanctuary or reserve could be ideal for  your career break. [...read more...]
August 22, 2013 @ 12:00 pm - posted by David Beaumont
The Cape town Cryer, South Africa's Roadside Economy - Part 4   Parking attendants take your money to park, not meters. You give them about 50p for an hour’s parking in central Cape Town and they do something with a calculator that hangs heavily around their necks. I have no idea what they do with it but I seem to have got away without a ticket so far but then again I have never seen a [...read more...]
August 21, 2013 @ 2:38 pm - posted by Robert
One of the great things about taking a Career Break is that it opens your eyes to the many wonders of the world that we were always too busy to really appreciate before. Likewise, since starting CareerBreak360, both Liz and I have been so wrapped up in the world of WordPress, SEO and Google Analytics creating this blog that we thought it was time to take a breather and focus on some of the other [...read more...]
August 17, 2013 @ 11:39 am - posted by Robert
How to avoid mosquitoes, mosquito bites and malaria.  Travelpharm are a specialist online travel pharmacy who give online and phone advice about travel medicines. In this video, Andrew Evans tells us how malaria can be prevented through using mosquito nets, what level of DEET mosquito repellant to use, how to take malaria tablets and what travel immunisations you will need TRANSCRIPT OF ANDREW [...read more...]
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