Welcome to my office
These photos are taken at the workplaces of people I met whilst travelling last year.
Fraser Island. Technically the truck is Rhett’s office – our guide for three days.
This is his evening commute. Sunset, as the tide comes in.
The crew get to see this after a day of looking after customers on a day trip to Lady Musgrave Island. You would think that they would be blase about this. No. The crew are every bit as excited as the customers when they spot whales.
The coach drivers view on 90 mile beach, Cape Reinga, Far North. New Zealand. Every day he sees this. Beats the M25 on a Friday evening. Not a bad commute.
Get a hotel job in Queenstown overlooking The Remarkables. The receptionist at our serviced apartments had previously worked for a hotel on a carpark on the M6 outside Manchester. Which view do you think she preferred?
Or work in the cafe on the Pacific Coast Train for Kiwi Rail.
Or the Tranz Alpine Railway. Just for a change of scenery. The cafe with the best views in the world. And it changes every day. The light, the weather – something new to see.
It’s a long commute – but worth it. Uluru. When Rhett isn’t spotting dingos on Fraser Island he spends his winter here.
Which view would you choose? Touch choices I think.