We are a Spanish, French, Swedish, Swiss (!!) family living in a beautiful UNESCO world heritage village called Soller in Mallorca. At 5 minutes from the sea (we have a kayak :), 10 minutes away from the beautiful Mediterranean calitas, mountains and hikes, and 20 minutes from the main city of Palma de Mallorca. We are three (my two children and I), we live in a 4 bedroom house with beautiful garden and walking distance to the village or Port de Soller.
My name is Isabelle Fournet, I’m originally from Mallorca but just moved back from Los Angeles with my two children: Ilan who is 11 years old and Sienna who is 3. Lovely beautiful children!
I’m a filmmaker, I paint, I work on documentaries among other things, I love art and environmental projects, nature and culture, peace and social times :)
Babysitting / child care
Cooking / shopping
Help with Eco project
Help in the house
Help with Computers / internet
Being by the Mediterranean Sea, you can go hiking, diving, swimming, kayaking etc... Historically interesting and beautiful, Soller is located in the Tramuntana mountains (UNESCO World Heritage) is an exceptional location on the Balearic Islands. We are a multicultural creative family, you can practice Spanish, French, Swedish and/or English with us :) as well as learning about photography if you'd like, filmmaking, some permaculture gardening... and so much more!
For this exchange what I require is someone who loves children and knows how to drive very well (to take them to school) and who could cover the basics sometimes: driving to school and pick up, some cooking, being with children, house maintenance. If you like and know about gardening that’s fantastic as we do have a big garden and a vegetable garden project.
If you are an UE4 / Unity / Houdini expert or I’m really interested!
I’m developing a VR experience and would be great to have you on board.
Thank you!! :)
English, Spanish, French, Swedish, Catalan
Private room with views in the mountain. There are two rooms free so you can choose where you feel best.
Take the bus from the airport to Palma City, beautiful old town to visit and a magnificent cathedral but the sea.
To arrive to Soller you can take the traditional wooden train that takes you though a scenic views around the mountains, or the bus by main road:
Once in Soller you can move around by bus, by train, by tram, and if needed I can lend you my car if I’m not using it (if you are a good driver of course ;).
You can also access the north coasts areas with ferries from Puerto de Soller.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week