We are a couple of 35 years old with two kids. We run a farm and a guest house in the hills of N-E of Italy.
You will be treated as part of the family and introduced to the pleasures of the Friuli cultures ; )
We are a small hostel bed and breakfast service in Tulum Town 10 minutes drive from the beautiful beaches of the Mexican Caribbean. During high season (Dec, to April)our place ,"CALM CABINS TULUM", can accommodate max, 10 guests, so we may be able to take one person in Exchange, we are not a party hostel, most of our guests are young couples and budget backpackers, we are 3 persons living here, we have some cats. Tulum is a quiet and safe place. Also we can make a very special price in case that we can not make the exchange.
PLEASE. Do Not enquire if you have DRUG or ALCOHOL problems.
We are Matthew, an architect, and Jane a retired newspaper publisher become mini-farmer. We live on a landscaped half acre with an additional leased acre for a horse and chickens and major vegetable garden. We also run a romantic, non-traditional detached B&B. A swimming pool makes for pleasant time off in the summer. It is just heated with the sun.
Our eclectic house is always happiest with guests.
We live in the Okanagan Valley, a 5 hour drive east of Vancouver. The valley is one of Canada's few wine growing regions, and there is a winery on each side of our property.
We are a retired couple (English wife), living on the edge of the Iznik Lake 14 km from Orhangazi and 24 km from the historic town of Iznik (Nicaea). A very quiet peaceful place surrounded by olive groves. We are establishing a garden and putting finishing touches to the house.
We are looking for workaways to help from mid April 2013.
Set in the rolling hills of Northumberland County, our 120 acre farm is a mixture of field, forest, meadow and wetland with a beautiful view of Lake Ontario in the distance. We bought the farm in the fall of 2012 and we now have one year under our belts. We moved to the country to live a more peaceful and self-sustainable existence, closing the gap between field and table. We grow and raise our food using organic and permaculture principles learned through our travels around the world and we buy from local farmers as well. We are a community farm opening up our doors to those who want to get closer to the land but might not have access to it. We offer cooking classes, venues for events, walking trails, shared land use and permaculture consultation. We also have a farm store on site open weekends offering goods from our farm as well as our neighbours.
Our farm has a communal atmosphere with everyone gathering together at meal times to cook, share stories, strategize and get to know one another. When we traveled we loved working as volunteers side by side with people from all over the world so last year we ended up hosting 13 amazing volunteer workers!