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World Nomads on Assignment!

WORLDWIDE | Wednesday, 27 March 2013 | Views [3420] | Comments [12]

India, Iceland, Namibia...Oh my! The World Nomads Crew are currently away from their desks and have dusted off their fisherman pants for an adventure of a life time! 

What are they doing on the road you ask?

Well, that parts a secret. But we guarentee they will return with stories to tell from Holi festival in India, will tantalise your taste buds with memories of whale meat sashimi in Iceland and will bring you some dirt from trailing through Namibia. 

So, introducing the World Nomads Crew for the Indian leg of the trip (from the front)

Jesse Perez World Nomads Travel Safety Producer: Has a big ginger beard, loves miso soup and climbing volcanos...much like this one

Peter Teys The remarkable cinematographer: Also has a beard (though it's not rivaling Jesse's), loves sparkling mineral water.

Alicia Smith World Nomads Program Marketing Manager: No beard, originally from Pittsburgh but is now a Sydney convert. The most travelled of the group, and more than able to keep these boys in line!

Andre Boulouchi The talent: Words can not express how much he doesn't need a beard to enhance his rugged looks..what a babe..I mean...what a lovely piece of talent to work with... - can't wait to see the footage!

All of us Nomads stuck in the office hope you guys are having the adventure of your lives, who knew you could miss your work mates so much? *cue tears*

Tell us - Do you ever travel for work? What would be your dream travel job?

 

Tags: crew, iceland, india, namibia, nomads on the road

Comments

1

Yes, I have traveled for work. For over five years, I collaborated with Viva Travel Guides, and was the principle author for guidebooks on Colombia, Peru, Chile and Argentina. I truly enjoyed the work, and hope to continue teaching travelers. Also, I am a documentary / travel poet, and have performed widely from Alaska to Patagonia.

  Lorraine Caputo Mar 27, 2013 4:17 PM

2

What an amazing job! How can I join the team? I would do anything and will eat everything!!! :) can't wait to see the post of India!

  Liesha Mar 27, 2013 6:26 PM

3

Since 10 years ago, I'm travelling and working around the world. This is a short real http://vimeo.com/12721240 last to countries visited New Zealand and Australia, current city Dili -East Timor.

  Maurice Mathey Mar 27, 2013 8:36 PM

4

I'd love to be an official travel photographer / videographer. Right now I'm working on editing my videos from 6 weeks spent in Thailand last year! Exploring the ruins of Ayutthaya, ziplining over 100' up in the air through the jungles of Phuket, having a tiger cub climb up on my shoulder in Chiang Mai... about the only thing I forgot to film (or did I?) was me eating a grasshopper!

  Cassandra Tiensivu Mar 27, 2013 10:58 PM

5

I've never done it before, but I'd love to. It's must be just amazing! Besides, it seems to be really adventurous and risky some times.
I think one of the advantages is that you can get to know culture, real culture and that is just fascinating for me, I would not care about culture shock if I were traveling all around the world as a job, perhaps I would not have a chance to feel culture shock.

  Genesis Mar 28, 2013 12:57 AM

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I've never done it before, but I'd love to. It's must be just amazing! Besides, it seems to be really adventurous and risky some times.
I think one of the advantages is that you can get to know culture, real culture and that is just fascinating for me, I would not care about culture shock if I were traveling all around the world as a job, perhaps I would not have a chance to feel culture shock.

  Genesis Mar 28, 2013 12:57 AM

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Well, yes i have been on the road by myself since 1985..travelling around the world, a combination of studies, adventure,pilgrimages and.. work at the end..I just answer a call and let it flow..Once I end up organizing "initiation trips" to India the place where I landed twelve years ago and i m surprised that i m still here..I will love to work as a travel photographer and writer to catch the glimpse of the light in the people and places and to dare to describe the indescribable wonderful landscapes in this planet.

  Soraya Mar 31, 2013 5:04 AM

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Travel job is all that I have always dreamt of. I have travelled to inner parts of Nepal for work and would love to scratch the various parts of the world through travelling.

  Sangam Apr 12, 2013 3:47 PM

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Yes, i d love to, i was a journalist for agriculture magazine. each month i must report my journey and write it for the magazine. went to middle east, all over asia and also jungle to jungle in Indonesia was my favorite time to search the news about traditional medicine, plantation, farm area, and exotic animal, useful plant and fruit in every area.

  vina Apr 15, 2013 4:31 PM

10

These pics were great. Makes me want to hit the road.

  jcfla8 May 7, 2013 11:49 AM

11

you are in smiling zone ?

  ptch May 15, 2013 11:28 PM

12

I want to be a travel journalist,as I feel the best when on the move.Would love to be a part of this kind of a travel group.(My dream job)!

  priyankadas Jun 26, 2013 2:11 AM

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