I work in a sanitary hotel, where people from other provinces come to the capital for medical care, and their health insurance covers their stay and food. I carry their bags and find adresses for them, like a porter. Some people come from monthly check-ups, which is cool because you see the same guests, and they're all kind, but there's also kids during their chemo process and their parents that hardly ever sleep. Sorry for the downer but yeah, sometimes you see the grieving family when someone doesn't recover. But it's nice, overall. I get to talk to people without selling them anything.