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I am glad that you are also here in these difficult times. I hope you are doing well.
We are urgently looking for an English speaking Spanish teacher for May and maybe June.
Me, Marek and our teenage son are a small family. We live with two cats and a dog. Joachim has a homeschooling (yes, an increasingly popular form of education in Poland).
We are philosophers and vegetarians. Marek works at the university and is also a logician. I am "privet docent". I often work at home: I teach, read, write, clean, sometimes cook. However, men dominate in our kitchen :)
As a family, we are looking for interesting people who like to educate others. What? It depends. Write to us, tell us what you can do, what you like to do. Hope we all find a common theme! Maybe we will meet together on our way of life. Whatever that means...
At the moment my son is looking for Spanish teachers. Let me add that our English is simple but communicative. We are working to improve it, you can help us.
All in all, we are seeking help in Spanish from scratch for Joachim. In Italian - me and Joachim - we know the basics. You can also help us at home (cooking, cleaning) and in the garden.
We are pleased to welcome parents and young people.
We offer breakfasts and lunch. Dinner on your own. The guest room and the kitchen for our guests are in a separate apartment. We will live door to door.
I cordially invite you!
Me and Marek are vaccinated against COVID-19
Creating/ Cooking family meals
Help around the house
Help with Computers/ Internet
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Wrocław is a place of writers: Olga Tokarczuk and Marek Krajewski. It is also the place of theaters: the Grotowski Institute, Song of the Goat Theater. Volunteers can learn with us about the culture and nature of Wrocław and Lower Silesia.
Every day you can relax walking with us and our dog around the Topacz castle near Wroclaw. There are fields, the Ślęza river and you can meet other interesting people with dogs. In addition, near Świdnica (1 hour from Wroclaw), our friends have a donkey farm. There is a lake, mountains. Maybe we can go together and wander with donkeys. I cordially invite you!
Our day schedule is rather flexible. Before breakfast, we usually have a dog walk outside the city. We usually eat breakfast around 10 am. Then some work (study). Around 2:00 or 3:00 p.m. we have lunch. Then work / study. How much time? As much as you need :) By work / study we mean a possible conversation in English, maybe Italian or Spanish; language games, reading and discussing cultural texts. We like creativity! :) We usually finish work around 5 pm-6pm.
Sometimes we have to clean the apartment, you know, you can help us here too :)
We have two apartments. We live and work in one. The second apartment is almost completely available to our guests. There are two rooms, a large kitchen and a bathroom. Sometimes we rent one room for students or other travelers. It is possible that both rooms will be available to volunteers.
We don't like beds, that's why our mattresses are on the floors. We also don't have a TV;)
Next to the house is a garden, and in it a tree with a wooden house - for shared use and joy.
Wrocław has a good bus or train connection to Warsaw, Prague and Berlin. There are about 4 hours of travel in each direction. We had a visitor who spent the weekend in Berlin.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
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This host can provide space for campervans.
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week
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