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Hello curious Workawayer,
We are Joel and Angela ambitious to get to know you.
Our project is located in southern Italy, surrounded by mesmerizing views of nature and the clear blue sea.
A year ago, we decided to step our foot permanently into the village where we currently are. This particular place has particular building, well, actually ruin, which we absolutely fell in love with and took as challenge to restore it.
It is large, majestic and cries out for it to be saved from crumbling down. For it to be in shape we are looking for first of all, motivated and in benefit skilled Workawayers.
Proyectos de construcción y bricolaje
This cultural exchange gives you the benefit to get an insight into a restoration project of a historical building, which offers you the possibility to contribute and learn.
Carving with chisels, trimming and axing trunks, building walls with the local granite stone...
We are not experts but are capable of teaching the basic skills of woodworking, masonry and designing.
On board we'll have on and off experts, like carpenter, ecological craftsmen, designers...
The restoration project where we are enrolled is a 200+ year old Palazzo in the centre of a village in southern Italy. The restoration encompasses many tasks such as, woodworking in varies areas, rebuilding new floors, constructing traditional roof structure, restoring stone masonry etc...
Based on your skill, more elaborate work can be done such designing crafting furnitures, inbuilt cabinets and so on.
We provide accommodation in form of a single room in a nearby apartement of the project, breakfast, lunch and dinner are also covered.
Picking you up from the nearby airport or bus/train station, we obviously happy to do.
Certainly our day to day routine is not only working, we enjoy weekends and discovering the area around us. Discovering unknown beaches, hiking in the forest or just a lazy day with delicious gelato.
Acceso a Internet
Acceso a Internet limitado
Puede alojar familias
Campervans could be managed, but has to be organized at least 2 weeks in advance.
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week