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Area: AndinaVolunteer School for Water - Our aim is to have volunteer support to existing or new-to-develop programs on education, for promoting a sustainable use of water and wetlands, connecting Communication, Education, Participation and Awareness.
Area: LeinsterCurrently we are looking for 1 person to mainly help with child care. We import and blend tea and have a furniture making business which are run from our home. We live in a very rural location just over an hour south of Dublin. We are a couple (one Irish, one American) with 1 toddler, 1 dog and a cat living on 1 acre in a forest. We have hosted many couchsurfers in the past and enjoy getting to know people from other countries. We have been hosting workawayers for the past year and have found it to be a good experience. Unfortunately, we can only host one person at a time.
Area: EnglandWe are a young family living self built and low impact on our woodland/ pasture holding in the Brendon hills, Exmoor. Craig is a forester and Lis is a medical herbalist and we have 2 children. We are omnivorous and try to be healthy. we often eat vegetarian. We like to meet new and interesting folk. We welcome volunteers who are prepared to get stuck in. if you have a specific skill, do let us know.
Area: MusandamWe are two dive instructors and live in Khasab a small village in the North of Oman. We organize daily dive trips to the best reefs of Musandam. For our dive guests we offer accommodation in our guest house in the middle of town. Khasab is known for its fishing and dates plantations. It is only in recent years that the completion of the graded road from Dubai have made motorised travel in the region possible. The remoteness of the region makes it a great get away from cities like Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Besides diving visitors like to watch the dolphins from a traditional Omani dhow boat inside the fjords. They like to explore the mountain area looking for ancient settlements, prehistoric tombs and rock carvings. Khasab Castle is worth a visit because of its history. Many traditional items showcase the heritage and culture of the region.
Area: Midi PyreneesBonjour We are looking for a man of action and responsibility for a couple of weeks or so between May 7th and June 15th 2014 to help with a heavy oak timber-framinfg project in my medieval castle, near Toulouse. We are about to prepare some massive oak beams using beautiful Sheffield steel carpenter’s chisels and then raise them into place by the old Medieval crane methods, - so if you are keen to learn about framing and woodworking in a historical setting, please get in touch now. I am slowly restoring this thirteenth century castle in South West France. It's a big job for one and I would welcome some help. I run an international chamber music festival here in the summer and work on the building in the spring/autumn/winter. The castle is not yet habitable - I live in a house next to it. I am English and my girlfriend, who is French, is often here too.