I work as a consultant on environmental issues around the Yucatan Peninsula. I also run projects with indigenous communities such as beekeeping native bees (stingless bees) and traditional knowledge (herbal remedies).
I work as environmental consultant around the Peninsula and I run projects with indigenous communities such as beekeeping (native varieties, stingless bees) and traditional medicine. I also work in an organic farming school here in Valladolid. I'd love to share my knowledge and experience on theses issues in exchange of your help and point of view.
I have been renovating this house in one of the most vibrant areas of Valladolid, Yucatan, since last year. It has been an interesting challenge and at this point it is time to add colour!!!
I am pregnant and I would love to have the house painted before the baby arrives by end of April-beginning of May. My house (your house too) is about 120 m2 (two floor) and I think it is a week-maybe two weeks job.
Since I consider this project quite important for my house, I would love to get help from someone with experience in painting houses, not just for the aesthetic point of view but also for security purposes (I don't want people falling down from ladders, for example)
If interested, it would be great if you could be in Valladolid fairly soon. I am flexible about the dates.
In return: You will have your own bedroom, 3 meals per day, the opportunity to live in a colonial city surrounded by interesting people, and lots of fun (hopefully ;)
Looking forward to hearing from you.
House - You will have your own bedroom, 3 meals per day, the opportunity to live in a colonial city surrounded by interesting people, and lots of fun (hopefully ;)
Also known as the Sultaness of the East, Yucatán’s third-largest city is known for its quiet streets and sun-splashed pastel walls. It’s worth staying here for a few days or even a week, as the provincial town makes a great hub for visits to Río Lagartos, Chichén Itzá, Ek’ Balam and a number of nearby cenotes. The city resides at that magic point where there’s plenty to do, yet it still feels small, manageable and affordable.
The main attractions are visiting the local cenotes: Zaci, Dznitnup, Xkéken; walking on Calzada de los Frailes towards Templo de San Bernardino and Convento de Sisal, enjoying fantastic yucatecan cuisine, visiting the vibrant museums such as Casa de los Venados; visiting the archaeological sites of Chichen Itza and Ek Balam; escaping to Tulum (95 km away), fishing at Rio Lagartos.
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