Paar / zwei Freunde
Australien, Bulgarien, Griechenland, Großbritannien, Irland, Island, Italien, Kanada, Malta, Neuseeland, Portugal, Schweden, Spanien, Südafrika, Tschechische Republik, Ungarn
01.08.2017 - 30.09.2017
I'm Merle Brockmann, 23 years old.
Since last year I'm studying medicine in the north of Germany.
In my semester break (February and March) I'm planing a trip for circa 5 weeks to Spain/Portugal/Iceland/Sweden/... propably.
I'm riding since my childhood and love the work with horses really much.
Because of that I travelled between school and studies 1 1/2 years in different countries (rinding western and english) - always taking care of horses, riding a lot and giving some lessons.
The study is great - just too much sitting. I'm looking forward to work outside again; would be great to get in contact with another nation and its people, animals and cultures.
Anyway: If there is any horsejob for a few weeks, it would be great to hear from you. I'll be happy about new experiences and the possibilty to come in contact with people and discover a new land!
Betreuung von Tieren
Hilfe mit Touristen
- I'm caring for horses since nearly 20 years, a lot of riding experience. I stayed in Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and of course Germany and took care about horses on some farms & trained them
- as side job I'm working in a restaurant, I'm able to cook and entertain guests
- I worked after school in a hospital and maintaind people
I'm responsible and dependable.
If you are interested please contact me. There are much more skills and past experience you can ask for.
25 & 27
On my next trip a close friend of mine will join me.
Mirjam is 24 yaers old; an absolute lovely and easy going person. Mirjam is interested in nature, meeting people, art and learning new skills - whatever encounters her. For example she would be happy about gardening, painting, taking care of children, helping in the house and much more!
We want to meet new peolple and we are both self-dependent – please don't think that we'll be attuned to one another instead of our hosts.