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Área: São PauloHi there! If you're looking for a fun reception job during your long-term vacation, shoot us an email! São Paulo can be an expensive city, if you pay for your stay. So grab your chance, combine fun&work with us! Practice your Portuguese and Spanish, make some local friends, and call this incredible booming megapolis your home-on-the-road! Work, and in return stay with us for free, breakfast included. It'd be nice if you know how to do some maintenance, (painting?) You'd be working in our 2 locations, spaced 2 metro stations apart (more or less 2km). One's more of a party hostel, the other's more laid back/residential. We pay your travel expenses to get from one to the other, and you decide which one you're gonna stay at.
Área: MarcheWe are a family with a 4-year old child and various other animals! We have an old farmhouse in a stunning rural setting, with vineyard and olive grove, which we have renovated ourselves since we moved here six years ago. We also have a medieval ruin which we are in the process of rebuilding. We have a fairly relaxed approach to the agricultural side of things, and focus most of our time on the building work. As such, we could really do with some help keeping on top of the various agricultural demands - in particular olive picking in late October/early November, and vine pruning in the spring. Needless to say, we can also offer willing guests varied experience of traditional stone and lime mortar building techniques. We speak English at home, but have embraced the Italian lifestyle. We have four dogs, two cats, a free range pig, and free range chickens. We grow some, although not all, our own fruit and vegetables, and make our own wine and olive oil. We absolutely love living here - the rural Italian lifestyle, with its emphasis on food, drink, friendship and family. If you think you would enjoy sharing the experience, we look forward to hearing from you :)
Área: Bikaner / Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, IndiaMy name is Yogi. I offer a short- or long-term volunteers at my properties in beautiful Rajasthan in India, namely the in Bikaner and in the Thar Desert, near Bikaner & Jaisalmer. Both places are fully run by locals. Our place in Bikaner is situated in a quiet, residential neighborhood and is only a short drive away from many interesting places worth to visit & our resort & farm in Desert is 31 km from Bikaner City , such as the famous Junagarh Fort (Red Fort) of Bikaner, the Karni Mata temple at Deshnoke (Temple of Rats, so beware of many crawling creatures near your feet!), the Bikaner spice market or the camel research center, where you can see hundreds of camels and taste camel milk. Further more, at both places you can enjoy Desert and camel safaris with our company with discounts to all work away members.. You will have enough free time to visit and experience all these, and more!I would love to find other people to travel with as travel compenions in india or other countrries! Beside these places, we also manage a organization that is working in local villages, where we contribute to youth education and basic health and hygiene. We are also supporting other causes, helping with the training of various skills needed to earn a living and also with teaching English to poor students. Our guesthouse/hotel and desert resort are important funding resources for many of these projects. For many years, we have been connected with tourism and social work and are now trying to merge them both. As we love sharing our culture and traditions with our guests and volunteers, we make an effort to make sure that the people coming to work or travel here in India get a special and peaceful environment. In doing so, we want to create a place where people can learn and exchange cultural and work experiences and help each other, a place where new ideas can grow into activities and self-sustained business. We want this place to grow space-wise and people-wise, like a network. In the last few months, we have hosted many volunteers from all over the world. Many travelers, young artists and other people who wanted to evolve have stayed at our place and have made many useful contributions, each in their own way, for the growth of our camel safari /guest house We have started our own travel we make tailor made packages all india specialy rajasthan & bhudhist sector as per clints budgets soo might need help in this also as escourt but it all depends on booking. etc . I would also be happy to travel with you to the many cities and attractions across india & the Thar Desert such as Pushkar, Mandawa, Johdpur, Jaipur ad Jaiselmer which are all within reasonable distance of Bikaner. To reach us, Bikaner is well connected by rail and bus to Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Deshnok and most of the main towns and cities. We are more than happy to assist you with your travel plans for reaching us, just let us know where you are coming from and we will provide you with the information that you need.
Área: AuvergneI live with my sons ( Wallis and Louka) in a nice home near Clermont Ferrand, Auvergne. It 's a university town next to mountains ( Puy de Dôme). Wallis, the youngest one is 13 years old and he enjoys sports, he plays rugby (ASM) and he likes doing all kind of sports (golf, sailing,swimming,...). He also likes cooking.
Área: Central Portugal.I am a single man in my fifties who escaped "the system" in 2008. Having contracted a hospital super bug (MRSA) in 2003 following a kite-surfing accident, I spent over 4 years in and out of hospital which has left me slightly disabled. I have been a vegetarian most of my life, and found a small building with a some land for a vegetable garden in Central Portugal. I have now completed my project, so just need help in the garden. I have over 100m of well prepared organic veg garden, that just needs organising. Central Portugal not only gets at least 300 days sunshine each year, it is also like stepping back in time. Very few people, very under-rated beer and wine, and delicious veg. It is also very beautiful and the local Portuguese are very kind and helpful. No wonder I love it:)