We are travellers sharing this Restaurant/House idea and we are looking for someone who can give us a hand.
You will learn delicious recipes, eat home made food, practice your Spanish, Italian, or English and why not, you may also learn some Vietnamese!
Lots of interesting people to meet in this N1 on the rise destination of the world which is Da Nang.
And on top of it, you will be a part of this project, a place ran by backpackers (Jorge, Spanish, 1985, web developer & Sharon, Italy, 1990, Accountant) where we try to make everybody feel like at home.
So if you are looking for a place to crash and explore Da Nang, just text us to see what we can do for each other!
Ah, and if you think you don't have any previous experience in restaurants before... don't worry, we neither! =D
Cooking / shopping
Cook while explore Da Nang!
We only open in the night time so you could have free mornings. We are also closed on Wednesdays, but you will have an extra day off.
We are looking for someone to help us preparing food, making pasta, cleaning, shopping, washing and hosting our guest. We are only 3 people working here and we all do also everything.
We are a sustainable business, that was the original idea, to do what you like and try to live out of it, so the environment is pretty relaxed!
We also do House Parties so we can work while party. That's the idea, right?!
English, Spanish, Italian.
We live in a small villa with a nice patio located 2 minutes walking distance from the beach.
We have a couple of free rooms for everyone who want to come and work with us and of course you can eat our delicious food anytime.
One of the rooms has privet bathroom.
The city is often overlooked by tourists but is one of the most friendly in all of Vietnam. My Khe Beach, otherwise known as China Beach for American G.I.'s, is now home to a small community of guest house owners, marble statue shops, and other various trades.
Some of the most beautiful and isolated beaches in Vietnam are found here, among some of the friendliest people.
Until relatively recently, Da Nang was somewhat hostile to foreigners, a consequence of the attitudes of those who then controlled the provincial government. In the early 90s, however, this changed, and since the late 90s the provincial [actually autonomous city] government has been enthusiastically pursuing foreign investment and developing infrastructure.
Da Nang has some of the best roads in the country -- the coast road is at least four lanes from northern provincial boundary to southern provincial boundary.
Development is visible and rapid; the city has expanded tremendously in the last ten years, and several multi-story buildings as well as more beach resorts are under construction, and there are now at least three large supermarkets as well as a Metro wholesaler.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers