- A company is offering a couple the opportunity to work together in Europe
- It includes working and living on a luxury in France
- The couple can earn about R20 000 without tips while seeing some of France's most breath-taking sites
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Have you ever wanted to go on a romantic trip to France with bae but do not have the money? A recruitment company, Silver Swan Search, is offering a couple the opportunity to work and live together on a luxury barge in France.
The will last mid-May through August 2020 where the couple will work as hostess and deckhand to ensure that "elite guests" of the barge are well looked after, MyCityByNight reported.
According to Insider, the barge is used for events and dinner parties for special guests. Although the majority of the time will be spent tending to the guests, the couple will be able to use the barge and go exploring in their free time.
"One day you may be cruising up the River Seine with the Eiffel Tower as your backdrop, while another day may be spent gliding along the Nivernais Canal watching the rolling countryside go by.”
The package includes €300 each per week - which is almost R5 000 depending on the euro to rand exchange rate.
The couple also have the potential to earn tips - which can be at least an extra €300 per week. The perks also include free food, drinks and accommodation.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported on another opportunity for South Africans. From April 2020, South Africans who were denied access to advanced education by the previous regime's system can apply to study for free at Harvard University.
The top international university established the Harvard South Africa Fellowship Program, which is intended for mid-career professionals who have been educationally disadvantaged by past laws and resource allocations in Mzansi.
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