Hey there, an israeli guy living in a small village in Bulgaria. The place is currently in the process of renovation so it might not be the most luxurious (but I'm working on it). Eco-Restoration of an old house is the biggest project as of now (may 2019).
The project is Eco-friendly, with use of recycled materials and done mostly by hand.
Volunteers welcome for tasks such as: painting, gardening, construction, cleaning&cooking and much MUCH more, but mostly to enjoy and share knoledge&experience.
I would like to be fair- so I can offer a once-a-week pocket money of 40 BGN, which can be used to buy groceries (or whatever comes to mind). I was travelling around the world for a couple of years and volunteered in many places so I know the feeling of not being well-fed by cheap hosts.
As products are very cheap here- the money is more than enough to buy products for 3 meals a day for 7 days (and still have some chang).
The VIBE: self sufficiant, vegetarian, young (at heart is also ok), simple, based on Rainbow values. volonteers should be independent, and know his/her way with preforming physical tasks.
Entretien / Bricolage
Cuisine / courses
Aide à la maison
The place is in a quiet village with lots of green areas around. Great view of the mountains&plenty of fresh air. Small shop&bar with wifi at the village. On tuesdays you can enjoy the farmers market in the nearby town and explore more.
You can learn about farming and building, about the bulgarian culture, along with some other nice stuff.
Lots of gardning, shaping fruite trees, fruit picking, Jam making, stone building, woodcraft, plastering, painting,chopping wood for winter,fencing, etc.
English, hebrew, some spanish, some russian
Room for volonteers with a bed(bring your own sleeping bag if you can). Or a small cottege (not fully renovated) near the main house. Outside Eco-toilet and outside refreshing shower (water are sun heated). Wifi access very limited (should be enough to check Emails or twice a day.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
5 hours a day, 5 days a week