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Mt Olympus, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, Ayusa

November 1, 2016 @ 8:40AM
Year of travel: 2016
Agency: AYUSA
Agency Experience: Positive

Experience with the agency AYUSA is positive, and I have not a bad word about them. Complete freedom in the choice of air tickets, a large number of bids in almost every part of America, and always respond to any questions about the program. As for the sponsorship agency Intrax, very bad experience at the time when Mt. Olympus me fired and threatened expulsion from the accommodation, the people of Intrax told me 'it is best to go home' 'and any further assistance they would not have provided, and tried to convince me that I was not fired, but I had to get out because I accommodation more busy in Mt. Olympus: D.


Location: Wisconsin Dells, WI
Location Experience: Neutral

Wisconsin Dells is a small town with 2 800 people with a lot of water parks and restaurants, and with a little luck you can find another job. Hourly rate not exceeding 10 $ and the best restaurants in Lake Delton where i will probably be your accommodation during their stay there. Pizza Pub, and the B-Lux 2 restaurants holds a Macedonian Elvis. Third Sprechers restaurant, located across from the accommodation Hiawatha who holds American and in these three restaurants has good tips for the rest I do not know. In the street where these 3 restaurants, there are many others that do not even know who holds or how much they pay. As for downtown, which is far from Hiawatha, it's nothing special, plenty of souvenir shops, restaurants and discos, and that if the transaction has kidnaps before 10 June. Americans are mostly elderly, with a lot of students from Turkey, Romania, Ukraine and Jamaica. The city has one outlet, Walmart, Home Depot, and all are far from accommodation and from downtown. Taxis for all students $ 7 anywhere within the city (Lake Delton, Wisconsin Dells). In addition to these two cities are a lot of lakes and national parks with beautiful nature. Chicago is 3,5h car, Milwaukee 1.5.


Employer: Mt. Olympus Resorts
Employer Experience: Negative

Employer over which I left the Mt. Olympus, I got a job in the laundry (Laundry department) where during the season, 50 degrees in the room. A director Kim and woman on a scale underneath it, which is coming to Belgrade to interview Jillian Surman all the worst. I was discharged for medical reasons even threatened expulsion from the accommodation and all because I asked for a transfer because I felt good in the laundry room, and in such conditions, no agreement with them was not possible. -Hourly: 8,50 $ -Hours: 32h per week (during the season and more)


Comment: Another employer in which I left the Kalahari Resort, a job as a lifeguard, and far from downtown and from accommodation, located across outlets in Lake Delton. The employer was ok, with a few not fair manager. The main manager is Kelsi, rainbow trout, just below it, Natalia, she is from Ukraine, and all the problems (hours, people managers) if you have to pay it. The latter do not apply any training in Serbia, but there depart for lifeguards, first aid, training for shallow or deep water (whatever you choose) in the capital is too easy and schedule when to lay with $ 8.50 jumps to 8.75 $ . Working hours are very bad in this aqua park every day different working hours, with two mandatory days off a week and 32 hours, and just a great problem in finding another job. It is both indoors and outdoors. -Third Employer was Waterman, otherwise the best employer for leaving the crisis: D This job is not permitted for us students, it is a sawmill where he does everything from put on some wood protection on woods to work on the machines. What is best during the season opening hours are as you want a minimum of daily with 8-15h and free weekend, but may continue to do every day. Employees make Americans, hourly overtime is $ 10 of $ 15. The company is located between Lake Deltona and-a Wiconsin Dells.
Luka

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