Pros: dealing with situations i never dealt with previously
Cons: the commute was very difficult considering my home location
The days went by very quickly as we were always busy.I increased
my geographical knowledge(which was execellent when I started).
I also increased my knowledge of difficult and complicated itineraries.
Management was very strict considering the circumstances,but always very helpful.Co-workers were for the most part helpful and
friendly,though we didn't have much time to communicate given the
The hardest part of the job was completing submitted itineraries in time for the traveler's departure,especially within Africa or Asia.
The most enjoyable part of the job was spending my time off in the
library and the adjacent map room,which was incredibly fascinating
Unfortunately,I was compelled to leave this position as I was caring for my terminally ill mother,and could not coordinate the commute
and care effectively to do both.