We are Luz Lila, Khalil and Adriano. We own a little farm, 170 km away from the Capital City, in a tiny town (800 inhabitants) coasting La Plata River. We work on the organic farm: bees, trees, plants, greenhouse, chickens. Wood and mud construction and its maintenance.
Babysitting / child care
Help with Eco project
Help in the house
Travellers will learn about organic cultives: plants and trees, gardening. Permaculture beekeeping. How to raise chickens. Also about mud construction, carpentry and masonry.
Obviously the traveller will learn (if he dont know yet) spanish language, besides of tipical uses and customs from Buenos Aires countryside, like ¨mate¨ and ¨asado¨
Our farm is located in a very wild place, so the interaction with the nature is intense. There are a lot of animals, insects, and plants here.
We need help on the organic farm: soil preparation, seeding, transplanting, growing cares, picking and packing. Construct bee combs and it maintenance, picking and packing honey. Trees: Seeding, grow cares, transplanting, cutting, picking. Chickens: feeding, cleaning chicken´s house, picking eggs. Wood and mud construction and its maintenance: Carpentry and masonry, and more and more
Chinese (Mandarin): Fluent
One of our priorities is to finish the bedroom house so we can offer an in side place. For the moment, at summer, we are offering campsite and a big tent while the bedroomhouse is on works.
We provide breakfast and lunch, and can provide some vegetables for self cooking at night. There is a beautiful place for making fire. There, travelers can cook anytime. Ussually we cook and eat together.
While the new bathroom is on works, we have an outside shower that can be warmed with fire.
We have electricity, and there is wifi. In the area is really difficult to connect to internet for there is no signal.
Of course, travelers can make a responsable use of our washing machine.
The town where we live is located in a ¨UNESCO ¨ biosphere reserve so the landscapes are wanderfull anywhere. The plate river is 1.5 kilometers from here. The public transport is not the best but by now we have 3 busses per day (go & back)
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week