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Area: MadridWe are a family with two children aged 1 and 4 years. We live in a small town, 60 km from Madrid, well connected to the capital (Moncloa district) by a bus that takes 50 minutes. We enjoy walking and being with our children. Now we are interested in hosting someone in September/Octover/November.
Area: VenetoWe live about half an hour away from Venice, in a very nice city called Padova. My husband and I work full time, we have two kids 4 and 6 yrs old, both still in kindergarden, and we desperately want them to learn english now that they're still young. I'm not sure we are the typical italian family but i can guarantee that you will feel at home!
Area: WallisWe have a chalet situated in one of the most beautiful places in the Swiss alps which offers lots of recreational activities (hiking in the swiss alps, mountain bike, public swimming pool nearby, etc.). We are a family with two teenage kids, but when we are in our chalet in the Alps, there's usually just the two of us.
Area: LAS VEGAS BLVD (where you want to be in Vegas).***ALL JOBS REQUIRE 2.5 MONTHS*** Good Day! If you are interested in joining the team, READ EVERYTHING BEFORE REPLYING: If you have worked / stayed in a good hostel, you already know it's like the best parts of college, without the responsibility & with a more international crowd. You stay for free, and included FREE EVERY DAY: All-You-Can-Make Pancake Breakfast, WIFI, parking, coffee, tea, lockers, luggage storage, laundry, movies, book exchange & most nightly activities. This is a fun city, with more to do than most people expect. Our past & current staff often stay longer than planned because they feel this is a great place to: • Make new friends & world travel contacts! • Improve social skills! • Improve English! • Learn / improve one of the many other languages always spoken here by native speakers! • Enrich social life - meet and party with young travelers from every continent! • Help with tours & activities! • Enjoy an exciting and unique lifestyle very different from the normal thing at home! • Explore the surrounding cities from Las Vegas (Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Tijuana Mexico and More)! Without exaggeration, I can say the experience is life changing. Winning multiple awards & recognition from the most credible sources in the community, we are the #1 hostel in Las Vegas & we were written up as best hostel on the entire west coast by STA (Student travel Agency Press Release). As with most hostels, THIS IS WORK FOR FREE STAY, so if you want to cut some expenses & live for free, this could be the opportunity for you. About us: WHERE - We are located ON LAS VEGAS BLVD in Las Vegas! WHEN - Now! DOING WHAT - It could be one or a mix of housekeeping, maintenance tour leading and or front desk. YOU NEED – Valid ID A refundable $150 rental deposit. Like most work exchange hostels, you work approximate 26 hours per week for completely free stay. You work a bit more the first 2 weeks of training, but you can work less hours if over-staffed & you are doing a great job! You do NOT need a work visa to volunteer with us if you are non-U.S. citizen. QUALITIES YOU MUST HAVE – initiative (doing things on your own without being told), attention to detail, reliability, ability to get along with and make a positive impression with all different personality types / cultures, ability to separate professional and personal life – more here than most places, ability to drink responsibly, English level must be good enough to effectively communicate with staff / guests, etc. Always REPLY– do not send new emails so our communication is on ONE EMAIL WHAT TO DO: Don't need resume, just answer each of the questions below. Put your answers in ALL CAPS Example - Where are you from - USA When can you start (approximate dates): How long would you like to work (longer is better): Age: Citizenship (country your passport is from): Male or Female: First name: Last name: English level 1-5 (do not exaggerate): Levels: 1 – You can say less than 500 things in English 2 – You are beginning & need to ask ‘what?’ frequently in communication 3 – You communicate almost never needing to ask ‘what’ 4 – Not native speaker, but advanced enough for front desk – understanding someone on the phone with noise distractions 5 – Native speaker or sound like a native speaker Where are you now (Country / City): Phone number (if you have one): Email (if sending through another site): What is your current living situation (your house / hotel / traveling in hostels / etc): Special Skills / Experience: maintenance, bookkeeping, etc. Please be specific with no exaggeration: Thanks!
Area: Languedoc RoussillonLooking for help starting now... Sadly my workaway people have unexpectedly had to return to the uk. I am looking for a couple to help me from now until the end of June...... My name is Ruth and I am 43 . I run a Gite and B&B here in the south of France. I am English but my husband is french . We have 4 boys between the ages of 14 and 17. My husband and my sons live away in Nimes ( 1hour and a half by car) where they work and go to school in the week . They are here on weekends and school holidays. Le caylar is a small village 1 hour from Montpellier . The is a bus service that runs through the village as well as local shops and a post office.