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Area: QuebecYoga retreat, a Yoga Centre with many faces: activities all year long, a beautiful place, and community living. A space in nature who open the door to lots of possibles: connect, refuel and explore different avenues of yoga in a fun and safe place. A happy marriage between the inspiring and introspective side of the Ashram and the friendly and festive of the west side. Un Centre de Yoga aux multiples visages : des activités à l’année, un lieu magnifique, et une communauté à vivre. Un espace en nature qui ouvre la porte à plein de possibles : se connecter, faire le plein et explorer différentes avenues du yoga de façon ludique et sécuritaire. Un heureux mariage entre le côté inspirant et introspectif du Ashram et le côté convivial et festif de l’occident.
Area: Northwest IrelandGlencar Valley is one of the most pristine, beautiful unspoiled natural places in Europe. Come make our little corner of the world even more beautiful.
Area: Juayua, El SalvadorWe are a relaxed hostel in Juayua, offering comfortable accomodation in a chilled atmosphere. We also offer hiking tours to waterfalls and lagoons in the region.
Area: Northwest AlabamaWe have been together 38yrs and have 4 grown children. We love adventure, we both went hang-gliding on his 50th birthday. In my spare time I dabble in pottery, and my work is visible throughout our home. Scott spends his spare time fly-fishing and kayaking on the creek. We lived in Mexico for 5 years running a children's home. We are an ethnically diverse family, having adopted 2 Mexican brothers from the children's home. We love meeting new people, learning about other cultures and experiencing different perspectives. We are easy going and relate well to all ages.
Area: HAUTE VIENNEWe are Sue and Paul and have spent 3 years renovating our home in France. The house is an old farmhouse with large barn. We now have to continue our work on the garden and outbuildings and of course the annual wood cutting. We are look for volunteers looking to stay from 2 weeks or more between mid October 2013 to April 2014 and for most of this time Paul is there alone. There are lots of jobs to do and something for everyone really (see list below). Mostly though we need to get our wood cut, split and stacked, a annual job but very reliant on the weather and needs 2 even if only one uses the chainsaw. We aren't looking for other people to do all the work but as the saying goes "many hands make light work" or in our case "lighter work" and there is plenty of work still to do. Some jobs to be done include: Pointing stone barn - inside and out with lime mortar Repairing fences Increasing the size of our kitchen garden Gardening: weeding, planting, digging Demolish animal shed Furniture renovation/repair Clearing brambles etc Stone walls to be repaired/built in garden Feeding animals Walking dog New barn floor to go down Barn doors repaired Painting: windows, cupboard doors, ceilings, walls, furniture We have a very old Massey Pony tractor so anyone with any knowledge/experience would be helpful as we would love to try ploughing our kitchen garden. Anyone with carpentry skills would be great but don't worry if all you have is enthusiasm and don't mind working hard. It would be great if volunteers could also help with the cooking etc. but this isn't a necessity as Paul is a great cook and really enjoys it, so you will be well fed. Both my husband and I speak English and a little French. The house is quite rural, about 4.5km from two towns. There is a car available for anyone over 25 who has held a licence for over 2 years. It's a very old rusty car but goes ok. There are also 3 bikes available to use. Very large lake nearby - Lac du Vassiviere Lots of work but you can be sure of good food, a comfortable bed and a warm welcome.