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Seeking Hostel Work in Costa Rica or Panama or Somewhere Interesting in Latin America
Posted December 28th, 2012 - 9:54 pm by from Brooklyn, United States (Permalink)
Hello All,

I have been travelling in Latin America for the past few years living experiences throughout the map to give me the anecdotal background to complete a major literary work. In the meantime, I want to be in a stable enough situation to make that more possible. This may mean employing my services in a hostel environment.

As a hospitality professional, I have experience working in New York City and in Miami Beach. My Spanish is passable but it is improving as well as my Portuguese.

For those hostel owners who might be interested, please feel free to peruse my Linkedin profile at www.linkedin.com/in/kamalvincentshaw. I can be contacted at my email address at Kamalvincent@gmail.com, or here on Couchsurfing, or at my United States number at 646.233.4283.

Thanks,

Kamal

Posted January 3rd, 2013 - 12:13 am by from London, England (Permalink)
Hi Kamal, thanks for your interest in coming to work and stay with us for a few days. At the moment we can accept you at any time, we have a spare room to offer you, and can include all meals.
We really need people to help our guests with their luggage and with general maintenance of the gardens and buildings. There are a couple of 'Ticos' working here as full time employees at the moment with one leaving at the end of the week.
We are a small lodge in a big area but it's a very different part of Costa Rica, and certainly a worthwhile experience.
Let us know when you might be interested in coming along. The working hours are 7am to 5pm with an hour in total for breakfast and lunch in our restaurant. All the best, tim and veronica

Posted January 3rd, 2013 - 11:14 pm by from Brooklyn, United States (Permalink)
I'm in San Jose at the moment. Where exactly is the resort and what is the best method of getting there from San Jose? I'm ready to arrive now.

Kamal.