Help out and collaborate with your host only a few hours per week.
Help the local community.
Give language lessons to guests or local community.
Have some time off for yourself, go explore the city or rest for a while.
Be ready to meet people while staying in a shared dorm.
Free lunch is served y'all, get yours!
Have your free dinner before going to bed.
There's a special place where all the clothes get cleaned for free.
Worldpackers team will guide and advise you before, during and after your trip.
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I would definitely recommend staying with Dung's family. You will feel totally comfortable being there, they are a very kind family, and you will laugh a lot with them. You will also meet many people from different parts of the world, and you will share much living at home. Teaching children will be something that will keep you active and you will laugh a lot with them. You will do it right away with the area and you will have time to know different places.
Mr. Dung and his family were very friendly and welcoming, the dorms are simple but spacious, the beds comfy, the food tasty and the fellow volunteers become friends quite fast.
The NGO is in a restructuring phase right now (soon all is settled) and it can be a bit chaotic and unorganized from time to time, but if you are flexible, spontaneous and open for new experiences, then this is a place for you!
Anyway the whole idea of Worldpackers is to make new experiences, so off you go and join Dung's Family and Yepvin and support their ambitious cause to teach English to the local kids there!
I only spent 12 days with Mr Dung and I recommend staying for at least a month . I don't recommend it for a short period of time because after all, like any other job it takes a week or two before you get used to it and get into the routine. Mr Dung is a very good host, always happy, easy going and willing to help us getting from places to places. After travelling for a while it's nice to settle in a house, having traditional homemade meals and living the local life. In short, the experience will be as great as you make it and you will get as much as you give.