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living and working
Posted by: scottf ()
Date: February 11, 2004 05:45PM

Having been to Lanzarote last January and loved every minute i'm looking to make a more permanent move. I've gone out my way to gain additional bar experience over the last year to help with this and my girlfriend has made a similar move.

We'd been in Costa Teguise and thought the place was the perfect base (i'm 34 and she's 29) and just wondered if anyone had any ideas on the best way to secure work. We had planned to take a weeks break to test the water and then return nearer the summer for a more permanent move.

I love karaoke and have hosted a few over here on a purely amateur basis but loved it. (If you hate karaoke don't hold this against me)

Having lived in Edinburgh for the last few years i feel i need some sun and don't mind hard work and would be prepared to do anything except Timeshare.

I've tried the internet but it appears really difficult to get any real info in advance or to see any real jobs.


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Re: living and working
Posted by: Jude ()
Date: February 14, 2004 02:51PM

i worked in puerto del carmen for a year and word of mouth is the only way to get a job. Take any job going at first and then you can be a bit more choosy. accomodation is quite hard to find and wages wont be high but at least you'll be in the sunshine!

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Re: living and working
Posted by: Valerie ()
Date: February 14, 2004 04:56PM

Hi Jude,

Where abouts in Puerto Del Carmen did you work?


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