Area: Lower SaxonyWe (my parents and I) run a part-time farm. We have a small flock of sheep, some geese and grass livery for horses. We own about 10 icelandic ponies ourselves.
Area: Aosta ValleyThe Hotel is situated on the slope, at an altitude of 2020m, on a natural balcony with an amazing view on the Val d'Ayas and the wonderful Monte Rosa. You can reach the hotel thanks to a Gondola from Champoluc, reaching the summit, we come to pick up you in snowmobile or jeep. A true immersion in nature, relax and modern facility but, at the same time, a small, family hotel. We can offer an unforgettable work-holiday experience in the hospitality world with a warm family atmosphere. Traditional kitchen with artisanal products, we produce everything from the classic fresh pasta to the sophisticated plates. The duties are different like: - Guest check-in and assistance - Setting up and serving breakfast, lunch and dinner - Cleaning of the rooms and communal areas - Help in the kitchen
Area: North Eastern Thailand - Phu RueaWe are a permaculture, yoga and meditation retreat center in Northern Thailand. As the center of our worldwide operations we serve as a thriving example of how the traditional Central Asian Dharma teachings can be expressed through conscious individuals and sustainable communities. At our center practice and study, enjoyment and service are the foundations of daily life. We are located in the beautiful hills of northern Thailand near the famed Mekong river. The center sits on over 25 acres of lush land, with inspiring mountain views, numerous ponds, gardens and forested areas. Our land is cultivated in a sustainable fashion, guided by the principles of permaculture. The stunning natural scenery provides an idyllic setting to practice, study, contemplate and relax. This is a great place to explore northeastern Thailand, be a part of a thriving conscious community and for one's own personal growth and exploration.
Area: The Four Corners of New MexicoDavid's grandmother and grandfather arrived in Farmington in 1918 from Charlotte, North Carolina. The land where our B&B is located was part of the MacDonald Orchard from the 1930's until the late 1960's. Our B&B is located on the cliffside of the San Juan River just two and a half miles from down town and a quarter mile from public transportation. We are encircled by several Indian reservations which include the Navajo, Jicarilla, Hopi and Zuni. Our guests are often traveling from the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Canyon de Chilley, Mesa Verde and Chaco Canyon. David's professional work was in the field of childhood education working for Stanford Research Institute in the early years of Headstart. Diana's work has included director/curator of the Farmington museum, teaching history at San Juan College and as a massage therapist. In 2009 Diana bicycled the southern tier of the United States from San Diego, CA to St. Augustine, FL as a fund raiser for Navajo United Methodist Center's New Beginnings Program which is a transitional shelter for women and their children who are survivors of Domestic Violence. We have a library of nearly 7,000 books which suggests that we enjoy reading and learning. It is learning and being in conversation with our guests which is the delight of having a B&B. David was born in Hawaii, traveled Europe after graduating with his BA from college and before his graduate work. Diana attended three years at a private girls school in Melbourne, her eldest son was born in Germany and she lived two years in Belgium.
Area: SaskatchewanOur farm consists of 118 head of cattle (cows, calves and bulls). We have 6 horses and 2 ponies. The rest of the barnyard population is made up of chickens (egg layers), ducks, cats, 5 dogs, rabbits, sheep, goat, pigs, peacocks, turkeys, llama, two pot belly pigs. Our farm has been hosting visitors since 2004. We are a Christian family of 4 (daughters ages - 18 and 15yrs).