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Area: BavariaWe live in Dinkelsbühl, a beautiful medieval town, situated at the "Romantic Road" in Bavaria. Our house is in the historical centre of Dinkelsbühl. 5 persons belong to our household. Me (52), I´m a teacher, my husband (56), he is already retired, our son (22), our daughter (20), both are at university and our granddaughter, born in January 13. My husband and you will take care of the little child during I am at school in the morning. We also have a guesthouse that is for rent for tourists. We expecially need your help for babysitting and different types of housework, like cooking, cleaning, ironing and so on. Sometimes maintenance work around the house is required and now and then we need a helping hand with preparing the rooms of the guesthouse. We will enjoy talking to you in your mother tongue for practising other languages and we will help you to go further in speaking German. We are very interested in cultural exchanges, because we have been hostfamily for several au-pairs or exchange students doing a year abroad a lot of times in the past.
Area: TuscanyWe are an Italian family living in Bagni di Lucca, in Lucca, Tuscany, Italy. We need help in the home and with our English language skills. We live in a village called Guzzano in a typical Tuscan home with 3 children 2 boys, 1 girl and a dog called Dorethea. We are looking for someone who speaks a little Italian and so would be able to teach our children English. We need help in the home with housework and cooking meals and with our childrens English homework and by talking to us in English this will also help the whole families language skills. In addition there may be outside work such as gardening, tidying and sweeping up. We also are really interested in people who have violin or music to help one of the children with their music lessons. Please note all meals are included you will only have to pay for food on your days off and if you choose to eat out.
Area: Lower NormandyWe are a british couple who moved from Gloucestershire UK 22 years ago to aquire a cider farm. We made cider in the Uk before coming to France. We have 27 acres of traditional cider apples, bush and standards, that we planted 16-17 years ago. They are coming into full crop now. We make keeved, naturally sparkling ciders, Calvados (apple brandy) and other related products. We have a big vegetable plot, quite alot of fruits for eating, a B&B room plus a small campste. We do alot of major fairs in the UK Easter to Christmas every year with our cider products. We have a flock of sheep (60 ewes)
Area:I'm a male German national with 74 years of experience in life management. After a career in marketing, sales, general management and consulting I left Germany in July 2000 together with my wife Eva on my sailing yacht for a circumnavigation that brought us at the end of 2005 to Langkawi, Malaysia. On the holiday island of Langkawi we established a flourishing charter business, that I manage practically alone as Eva has started her own business. We cooperate however friendly and live (mostly) peacefully apart. My yacht is moored in the yacht club, in which we also have our office. I live on the boat, use it for occasional cruises and enjoy this very much. Most of my time I spend in the office attending to the business. As this is established now I would have more time for cruises in the area but also to neighbouring islands or countries either privately or with charter guests.
Area: Rusinga IslandA Community Development Group is a non-profit community-based organization which is registered by the government of Kenya under the Ministry of Gender, Sports, and Social Services. The organization undertakes a number of activities which include: (i) running a school supporting orphans and vulnerable children within the community. the ages of the schoolchildren range from 3-12 years. (ii) HIV-AIDS awareness / home-based care for HIV patients (iii) widow support through microfinancing initiatives (iv) organic farming (v) poverty eradication (vi) non-violent communication (NVC) (vii) girl-child education campaign Currently there are over 200 students at the Centre, and we have had around 10 volunteers in the past that have highly assisted with the project. Ask for our Video on Youtube