My name is Youness and i'm 23 years old,acually i live with my familly, my parents,three young brothers and two sisters in a small desertic town in the south of Morocco,I'm a young berber moroccan who is enjoying living simply, acually i'm still studying at university of economics.
I'm a person who believe in hospitality instead of commercialisation, I'm interested to meet people from different cultures, I like to learn from them and share my culture and daily life with them,You can teach my youngest brothers and sisters frensh or english my familly can teach you arabic and berber "Tamazight" languages,also you can lean how to make some nice hand crafts and berber carpets and how to make moroccan dishes as well.....
I'm also a member of an volunteering association and sometimes we organize some events here in my home town so you are welcome to help us.
DIY and building projects
Babysitting and creative play
Creating/ Cooking family meals
Help with Eco Projects
Help around the house
Help with Computers/ Internet
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You can help my familly in making hand crafts and berber carpest also teach childrens frensh,english or other languages
You will be staying in my familly house and you'll have you own room with 2 beds and a bathroom.
You'll have free accomendation and food and my familly can teach you back how to make hand crafts,carpets,berber arabic languges,also you'll have a special gift made by the familly.
Zagora is the capital of the province Zagora. All administrative services are located here. At the foot of the Jbel Zagora lie the ruins of a Almoravids castle. From the Jbel Zagora you can enjoy a magnificent panorama on the Draa Valley with its palm oases, the desert with its rock and the characteristic silhouette of Jbel Sarhro. A cheerful signpost in the center of the city indicates that Timbuktu is 52 days away, at least by camel. Here is the gateway to the desert where some kilometers away the sanddunes will start and the river Drâa will die. On the way you can still encounter camel caravans who still navigate on the stars that shine bright in the desert.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
More than two