Strangest Jobs in the Travel Industry

Airport hunters, traipsing through sewers, or clamping down on sandwich-eaters. It’s all in a day’s work for our favorite odd jobs in travel.

Urban BeekeeperInterContinental Boston

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Cyrille Couet is responsible for harvesting honey from the more than 40,000 bees that buzz around the InterContinental Boston’s roof-deck apiary.

Where to Spot Him: Couet later adds the honey to dishes as sous-chef at Miel, the on-site restaurant. —Darren Tobia

Strangest Jobs in the Travel Industry

Urban BeekeeperInterContinental Boston

Cyrille Couet is responsible for harvesting honey from the more than 40,000 bees that buzz around the InterContinental Boston’s roof-deck apiary.

Where to Spot Him: Couet later adds the honey to dishes as sous-chef at Miel, the on-site restaurant. —Darren Tobia

Courtesy of InterContinental Boston
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