Area: KeralaHey My name is Saiju Most people call me Juju, I am running a home stay in alleppey . We have 4 rooms here and one houseboat as well. I am in the business for the last six years . I mostly host international travellers in my house. I like to meet different people and to know their culture. I am happy and passionate about my job. I practice yoga and meditation. I do yoga sometimes, and I want to be much better at it than I am. I had actually thought about taking some yoga courses at one point,
Area: British ColumbiaI am a business owner, soccer player, fire fighter and volunteer. I enjoy socializing and staying busy with friends and activities. My home is located on 13 acres of rural fun. I run a fully staffed and operational dog daycare and boarding facility on the property. The house is 2400 square feet shared with four dogs, two fish and a university student who rents one of the bedrooms. There are also five miniature horses three miniature donkeys and 39 chickens as part of the "funny farm". I am located in the sunny central Okanagan. There is a bus route located about one km from the house but it is not on a regular schedule, however I am back and forth to town regularly.
Area:Hi voulenters. We do not need help at this time. When this tekst is gone, you are welcome to write to us again. Thank you. We are a christian couple at age of 37 (Terje) and 27 (Karianne). We have one lovely girl at age 1 (Sara). We have 16 cows, calfs, 1 dog, cats and two horses. We enjoy outdoor activities, like fishing, riding, hunting (we are not vegetarians), skiing, cycling, ect. We live in beautifull surroundings, with walking distance to a lake and travel distance to kristiansand (40 min with car). There is 30 min with car to the nearest shop. We have a few neigbours nearby and alot of forest. Welcome
Area: Ovchi KladenetsWe are situated on the edge of the village 'Ovchi Kladenets'. Last year, which was our first full year here, we built an extension, had a wonderful harvest and had great times with the help of some fantastic volunteers. This year is all about the garden and producing enough food for not only ourselves and guests, but for our pigs, goats and chickens (all for which we keep for either meat, milk or eggs). We also keep bee's now and will be enjoying our own honey later this year. Our aim is to eventually be as self-sufficient as possible, growing and eating our own organic food. Living by 'the law of return' we give back to the ground what we take, thereby creating a harmonious balance between man and mud. We are very easy going, we enjoy working, listening to music and enjoy every new experience our change in lifestyle throws at us! There is no such thing as ‘cant’ or ‘it’s too hard’, we will have a go at anything. For our guests we have a two double rooms and a twin room. There is also the possibility of camping. Toilet and sink is outdoors, and we have a main kitchen and eating areas inside and out. We use only composting toilets (the law of return) and have an indoor shower for the cold times and an outdoor solar shower for the summer. All of our grey water goes onto the land to water various plants/trees (so no harsh chemicals are used here). We want our guests to feel comfortable and at home. We have limited internet (in the form of a USB dongle) which you can use for no more than half an hour a week to check emails on your own computer. Before we came here, we both lived in England. Baz did a lot of travelling all over the world for a few years before working in a bar and then a warehouse. I, Steff, have worked in bars and restaurants since I left school. As you can see this is a big exciting change into the world of veg and animals, and we are loving every minute. You can see photos and blogs of what we are doing on facebook, and even see the reviews from our guest book, search for 'Frog Shadow Ltd'. A bit of village info……there is no ATM here and you can buy cigarettes in the village but not tobacco or rolling products (the house is no smoking and an ashtray MUST be used). There are shops where you can buy shower products, beer and other various items if you need them (we dont provide these things). While here you will be working in the garden (weeding, planting, digging, harvesting, etc.....), helping with the animals (mucking out, feeding, etc....), making preserves (jam, jarring fruit and veg, making wine, rakia, cider, syrups etc...), helping with minor repairs, general cleaning and tidying, preparing animals for the freezer (at the right time of year). We would not ask you to do anything we haven't done ourselves, and if you dont feel comfortable doing a particular task just let us know. Working days are 5 out of 7, and we expect volunteers to clean up after themselves and help with the cooking and washing up at weekends (including cleaning volunteer accommodation). Because we live on a farm and mice can be a problem when encouraged, we ask that no food is left lying around in the house (including volunteer rooms). Hours of work vary every day depending on the weather and what needs doing, so one day we might work 4/5 hours, another we might work 9/10. Generally whoever cooks, cooks for everyone and we take it in turns on the washing up. We are looking for happy, energetic people with a willingness to learn and join in with our lifestyle. If you love animals and working outdoors (in all weather), dont mind the flies and are up for just about anything......we would love to have you. We look forward to meeting some of you soon, and to those we don't.......happy travels! Peace and Love Steff and Baz :D
Area: hostel and restaurantwe need someone very urgent to help family run hostel and guest house from now until around December and January to help with breakfast and dinner and checking and check out we are looking for a chef who can cook Asian food as well as western food and also we need help someone who can help as with our business helping our guest house hostel and also our restaurant and bar We are a family run hostel guest house with a restaurant attached in Selcuk, Ephesus Turkey. Rated highly on Tripadvisor and Lonely Planet as well as other guidebooks.