Do you tip in your native country? What is expected? Certainly Americans have no idea what is expected when they travel abroad, so how would we expect Au Pairs who come here to automatically know so many things?
Janine, the Au Pair Sis, explains just what is expected for fast food and for restaurant dining. Check out her advice at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRstWmeZrxY&feature=relmfu
Thank you, Janine! I personally cannot wait to see what else you have in store for all of us! I may even try to get Tuesdays with Morrie by December and join the Au Pair Sis Book Club!
Join Janine, other Au Pairs and LARs from all over the country on Au Pair Sis’ Facebook page today!
For more information about Go Au Pair and a cultural child care experience for your family, visit www.goaupair.com or contact LAR Joan Lowell in the Providence, RI and surrounding areas at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401.309.1925.
We have over 300 available Au Pairs from over 30 countries. We also have in-country Au Pairs who are looking to match with new Host Families. Consider a cultural child care experience for your family.
Here is one Au Pair we are featuring this week, Marina from Brazil:
Please take a look at this young lady and see she could offer your family a cultural child care experience:
and view her video entry at