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How to stay fit as a flight attendant? | WOC

Being Cabin Crew isn’t the healthiest job in the world, there are a lot of conflicts to deal with on a every day basis such as exhaustion, jetlag and unhealthy meals at inappropriate times. It is significant to be physically fit as the claim of working at 34,000 ft is equal to working on top of a mountain! We are also continuously lifting serious weights such as suitcases, catering boxes and meal carts. Being able to survive with stress and fatigue on a daily basis is necessary, especially as it takes the body 48 hours to pull through from just one flight, which with our schedules puts us in a constant state of limbo!

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Geneva Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

Like the swans which frolic on its eponymous Alpine lake , Geneva is a rare bird. Slick, cosmopolitan and constantly perceived as the Swiss capital, the people of Switzerland’s second-largest city chatter in almost every language among streets paved by gold. The headquarters of the World Trade Organization, World Health Organization, International Committee of the Red Cross, the second-largest branches of the United Nations and World Bank  are here, along with the overload of luxury hotels, boutiques, jewellers, restaurants and chocolatiers accompanying them. Beneath this flawless exterior, lies a fascinating rough-cut diamond, peopled by artists and activists educated in international schools, drifters and denizens.

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Toronto Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

Toronto, the most multi culturally diverse city on the planet: over 140 languages are spoken. It’s estimated that over half of Toronto’s residents were born outside Canada, and despite its complex makeup, Torontonians generally get along. When the weather is fine, Toronto is a blast: a vibrant, big-time city abuzz with activity. Some of the world’s finest restaurants are found here, alongside happening bars and clubs and eclectic festivals. There is a fresh international buzz about Toronto. Perhaps it’s the influx of flush new residents from across the globe; or was it the Pan-Am Games that shone a spotlight on Toronto? Either way, this is a city that is waking up to its own greatness.

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Accra Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

Ghana’s beating heart probably won’t inspire love letters, but you might just grow to like it. The capital’s hot, sticky streets are perfumed with sweat, fumes and yesterday’s cooking oil. Like balloons waiting to be burst, clouds of dirty humidity linger above stalls selling mangoes, banku (fermented maize meal) and rice. The city’s tendrils reach out towards the beach, the centre and the west, each one a different Ghanaian experience. The city doesn’t have any heavy-hitting sights like Cape Coast or Elmina but it does have good shopping, excellent nightlife and definitely the best selection of eating options in Ghana.

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Luanda Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

The capital of Angola, Luanda sits on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and is divided into two parts; Baixa de Luanda and Cidade Alta.It is a fast growing city, with major reconstruction and development projects popping up all over the city, which has attracted numerous Portuguese immigrants over the past few years. Luanda’s thriving business industry has made it quite an expensive city to visit, though this should not discourage you. Its new infrastructure means that it is a very comfortable city for tourists to visit, and, mixed with its warm climate, it is quite an appealing destination. There are also plenty of things to do both in the city and just outside of it.

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