Hi there! My name means Patrick in Irish (Gaelic) - it's pronounced 'Paw-ric'.
I'm a musician by trade, you could say. It's what I do best, I reckon. I love to write/share songs. Living from music in today's climate is rather challenging. I found myself working odd jobs of late to get by. I'm currently in Vienna. I would love to get work for the Winter/early Spring. I am, therefore, only interested in a Workaway where the host offers payment too. I could help with language practice/teaching, music lessons, hospitality/gastronomy, general maintenance/gardening, arts and crafts, basic IT and computer help, graphic design, and basic video shooting/editing.
I'm a friendly, personable chap who's trustworthy, reliable, and honest. I enjoy a good chat - deep conversation or general chit-chat, whatever the occasion allows. I love to do yoga, read, cook, listen to/play music, hang out with good folk and enjoy a beer.
If you have anything that you think I could help with or something that you think I'd be a good fit for, then don't hesitate to get in touch.
Skills and knowledge I'd like to share or learn
I'm interested in:Life at a FarmstayEco ProjectsHelping around the houseAnimal CareCharity WorkTeaching
Some knowledge of:GardeningDIY and building projectsGeneral MaintenanceCreating/ Cooking family mealsHospitality/TourismHelping with Computers/ Internet
Able to teach about:Language practiceArt Projects
More details about your skills
Most construction-related tasks (except electrics & plumbing)
TEFL certified - I can help with your English if you wish!
Guitar player, singer, and songwriter.
I have a can-do attitude to the task at hand and I'd give almost anything a go, so long as it's safe and reasonable.
More details about my language interests
This workawayer has indicated that they would be interested in sharing their language(s) or learning a new language. You can contact them directly to discuss this.
Some more information
Special dietary requirements
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