Meet people from all over the world by helping out in the reception, receiving guests at the bus and helping out with the maintenance. You'll be interacting with the guests, so we're looking for someone friendly and looking to ensure that the guests feel like home. 15 days minimum.Learn more
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Had an amazing time working there, the working days were long but I liked the people, place, vibe. There was no food included but that wasn't a problem 'cuz there is a little mini markets around were food wasn't expensive at all. the kitchen was PERFECT, as well as the rest of the accommodations. Watching iguanas falling from the trees was a everyday show, as well as watching Jack (un gato gris, gordo y belloooo) sleeping. If Montañita gets too much for you there is alway, Olon, Ayampe, los frailes and other beautiful beaches to visit.
Love Hidden, Love Montañita.
the hostel was unique, and very clean. the volunteers were friendly and jose, one of the staff, was very funny and friendly, and we found ways of communicating through the language barrier in funny ways! mostly using google trabslate haha. The vibe was great, ways playing music, and you get commission for bringing guests. The teo negatives were the job, which was trying to get people off the bus to come to the hostel, and when i left, it was early and the might manager didnt have access to the money to give me my commission.
From Free surf lessons, entrance to clubs, drinking games and slacklining to listening to all travellers', volunteers' and hosts' stories and experiences, Hidden House is a lively hostel with lots to offer.
The volunteering tasks are collaborative and fun, which makes them educative, as you get to learn and practice new languages when working with the guests, and showing them around.
It also is a great place to watch Iguanas, meet new travel partners, and have lots of fun.
Hable previamente antes de viajar a Montañita con el dueño del hostel para realizar tareas de mantenimiento electrico. al llegar me dio el dia libre, aproveche para organizarme y conocer el lugar. Al día siguiente me pidio que barra el frente y me ponga a pulir columnas de bambu. Le explique que no era la tarea para la que mr había convocado y se ofendio, diciendome que era un maricon, le explique que el maricon era el y me hecho del hostel.
Al finaliar el tiempo acordado me dijo que en el informe iba a escribir que estaba molestando a la gente y listo.
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