Colabore com seu anfitrião por algumas horinhas.
Ajude a manter a beleza interna e externa do lugar.
Dê uma mão com qualquer tipo de reparo.
Um tempinho livre para você curtir, explorar e descansar.
Você faz parte do time! Conheça a galera ficando junto deles.
Você ganha um café da manhã daqueles pra começar o dia.
Você ganha um almoço delícia diariamente.
Você ganha um jantar preparado com amor diariamente.
Te buscamos e damos uma caroninha até aqui.
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Todos os anfitriões da comunidade são testados e aprovados pela nossa equipe.
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I was there from the 21 to 31 of October. The things I would love to had known where, that there is no self-phone service, no warm water, and had the possibility to have no running water (drought). I left because of 2 things, working more that we agreed on (goat days), and the feeling I didn’t belong (/feeling judge). At the end discussion, they ended up calling me a liar, and being to proud, because of the way I travel, and how I approached people about it. The things I loved/miss are the goats, Libra, did I already said goats? Can’t elaborate much as there is a limit, feel free to contact me
Marta and Fernando are absolutely wonderful. I learned a lot while there, Fernando and Marta were very willing to share their knowledge and insights on a number of topics and it was a great experience for me. They are upfront with their expectations which was nice.
I worked as a shepherd, and while it was a bit of a shock at first, but an open mind and willingness to learn is all you need. The position said 5h/day when I applied, but I worked over 6 on average. It really wasn't a problem for me, because I loved it, but note that your day depends on the goats. I highly recommend going here!
If you want to have a strong experience of a day to day live in a traditional farm and see for yourself how to take care of most task almost not in use anymore in "industrial" farms! Quinta da Bazágueda is a very ancient farm. It's a farm, in it's true meaning, not a house with a garden or little field with crops. Beeing an ancient farm, it has very basic acomodation. The houses are from the 16th century or older, so they are cold in winter...Sobre o anfitrião