If I was in my early 20's I'd be over there myself guiding, the last thing on my mind would be scrimping together a deposit for a mortgage, I'd be getting pissed every night and trying to snake into as many chalet girls as was humanly possible. It's hardly something that is going to support a wife and kids back home so I dare say a majority of the folk out there are doing it because they want to not because they have to ?
Well now I am sure your clients will feel quite safe now knowing that they''l be guided by hangover piss-head.
My sweeping statements are based purely on my own experience, others no doubt have theirs. I like to base my thought process on life itself and not what it says in the good book,
So hardly a generality then.
As a French guy living in the UK I find the above comments very nasty and uncalled for. Yes I agree with TA that the french guides are trying to protect their interests but that is the same everywhere. Live with it or do something else.
Well as I said in my first comment it is exactly the same in the UK.
Although have you forgotten that France has banned wearing the Islamic Hijab in public?!
And possibly anything that will cover your full face.
As an ex-guide working outside of Britain but mainly guiding Brits, I think the real reason that companies employ such people, is that the locals aren't stupid enough to work for the wages that these companies pay.
Apparently wage seems to be fine for FA but not the corrupt government.
I don't know who pays for the course if you are a French Citizen
everyone, Universities are free in France? If you have a legal french business set up as part of the taxes you're payig for your employees training through funds too.