-- The journey is the destination. --
-- Travel less, see more --
Hello workawayers (or is it work a day ers?).
We are two friends - humans, who have been on this journey together for the past 10 years.
We have created a place for us and sometimes others, who are looking for the experience of living simply in nature and maybe finding meaning, connection and growing from the challenges of this way of life.
We try to live one day at a time - we try not to plan ahead! Guess you could call it existentialistic.
Tasks are dependent on the weather and our priorities.
We don't usually NEED help. But if the atmosphere is right, it can be a worthwhile experience for both sides and we can get some more practical things done or continue on creative projects (mainly building related, also developing a forest garden. last summer we built a tiny house ( for example)).
Other creative help is also appreciated like film /documentary making.
This is an attempt to create an alternative way of living that is based on authenticity, is closer to nature and people's needs, also with the help of technology.
We are more interested in growing healthy people and healthy human connections than healthy vegetable , but obviously it is also all connected. But our priority is the help with people and if you come here you will become part of this, so be prepared to open up and engage and communicate.
We enjoy the silence here. If you feel you're a refugee of the spirit perhaps this is the place for you for a while... .
You would also need to be happy to be independent and spend time on your own. This is a place where people can connect in a deep way, can be challenged by the isolation, nature, the weather and each other, create together in a physical and artistic way, share, talk, drink tea, rest, think, feel, be. Because we think it's important for people to communicate and share in a real way, considering the fragmentation of lives and disconnection in this society, we are open to people coming here. The time people stay here is sometimes a year or two, a month or two, a week or two or a day or two, this depends on us , me and you and it depends on the irish weather.
On a practical note:
please bring sleeping bags! (In the winter you will need a warm sleeping bag)
Compost toilet, washing in caravan with basin- simple living in nature with open fire , tea, sharing and time for contemplation
DIY and building projects
Creating/ Cooking family meals
Help with Eco Projects
Help around the house
Help with Computers/ Internet
Common sense, real sharing, real conversations about relevant topics, wider perspective thru different nationalities , ages talking and sharing. How to be.
building structures, cooking, gardening, cleaning, painting, marketing help, filming
Sleeping in circus barn or caravan , eating and relaxing in light-house by woodburner 🤗
SLEEPING BAGS A MUST IN THE WINTER!
We have a blog, ask us for the link if you want more info about us as people, the philosophy, more feedback, photos.
we are in the middle of no where. There are no buses, but 100 volunteers have got themselves here via hitchhiking without a problem. We also often pick up people from Kinvara. We have bicycles here that you can use during your stay, the sea is 12km away and the Burren National Park 3km.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
This host has indicated that they love having digital nomads stay.
Definitely welcome people with their own transport! We actually prefer this. It works very well usually for the workaway and us.
This host has said they are willing to accept those travelling with a pet.
More than two
3 - 5 hours a day