Its a great job, you'll meet loads of new people and experience countless things that you would have never dreamed of being able to afford every day you go to work. On the flip side the training is hard and getting started is really tricky. You'll be extremely sleep deprived, you'll be completely unaware of what to do for the first 6 months and the pay is pretty minimal.
Its definitely worth doing for a year or two. You'll gain loads of invaluable skills and experiences. You'll also have staff travel benefits, so hopefully you can enable someone else to share your journey.
staff travel benefits, new experiences, good customer service experiences, travel
long hours, sleep deprivation, poor pay, unsociable hours