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Area: BavariaTwo years ago, we moved with our two children (5 and 7) from England to a small town in hilly Northern Bavaria to get away from the city. We are a bilingual family - our work and life are strongly connected, as we have been partners together in a multi-media company for 17 years, first in England, now here in Germany. Shortly after arrival, we also started a creative charity, which is a lively network for artists and musicians for the rural areas and surrounding towns. This has been so successful that we haven't had time to finish the renovations of our house, and we also need help with the daily running of our family home, because we run so many arts events and creative projects.
Area: Valencian CommunityHello, my name is Juan Carlos, I'm Telecommunications Technician and my family are my wife Sonia, my daughter Sonia and our mascot Bella. Enguera live in a village in the province of Valencia - Spain, having about 5000 habitants, is 75 km from Valencia, 40 km from the beach and next to the mountain. Hola, mi nombre es Juan Carlos, soy Técnico en Telecomunicaciones y mi familia la forman mi mujer Sonia, mi hija Sonia y nuestra mascota Bella. Vivimos en Enguera un pueblo de la provincia de Valencia - España, tiene alrededor de 5000 habitantes, esta a 75 km de Valencia, 40 km de la playa y al lado de la montaña.
Area: Midi PyreneesWe are Francis & Linda White. We have lived at our current home since 2008. The garden could be both beautiful and productive, however the previous owner who developed the garden let it slip a bit in recent years. We are seeking help with getting the garden back into good order, and some DIY ability would help. We run a bar restaurant so work long hours, especially during the summer. We are located in a village so you would not be isolated, and you would get plenty of opportunity to practice your French.
Area: Baden-WürttembergHey Guys, we already have a lot of helpers this summer, so I ask you not to send any requests at the moment. Tank you! We are three university students who decided to stop just talking about things and to start doing them. Here, at the beautiful lake Constance, we are building and creating a place of possibilities. A place for personal growth combined with political discussions and action and living sustainable in harmony with nature. A place for workshops from the people of the area for the people of the area, for discussion rounds, cinema evenings, second hand markets, the possibility for schoolclases to come around to learn and help and there will be a little coffee etc. at one point. At the moment we are renovation three old and beautiful Gypsy caravans to live in. The caravans are situated under apple trees on a horse farm only five bike minutes away from lake Constance. We have got an outdoor kitchen (with roof), a yurt with couches where we sit with friends around bonfires in the evening, telling stories, talking about everything that comes to mind or watching a movie. There is a compost toilette a cold shower (but you can take the bike to the university building (3 min.) where you will find a warm one (the building is open 24h)) We try to live as sustainable as possible, so we mainly eat organic food at the best bought from farmers in the neighbourhood.
Area: Buenos AiresWe have been in business for more than 4 years working on introducing Polo as a MUST-DO activity for people visiting our country in Argentina. We invite guests to spend a day in the countryside to watch a polo game, enjoy a traditional “asado” (barbeque), and take a horseback ride or an initial polo lesson ("stick and ball"). Polo Day is available every day and is located in Pilar, 50 minutes away from the city of Buenos Aires. We became top attraction in a very short period of time. It is a family-run business and professionalism, friendly atmosphere and passion for horses are our key for success.