• Age: 26
  • Nationality: Spain
  • Languages: Arabic, French, English, and Spanish

Volunteer Experiences

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Experience in Thailand

Hostel Bangkok, Thailand Dec/2018

Cleaning, Housekeeping, and Reception

Host didn’t write a review
Review written by Sara

My experience in Fu House was great! I stayed there for two weeks and I could visit the city and around easily. Red is an easy going person and very helpful, he’s not all the time in the hostel but whenever he is the hostel has a good atmosphere. Also I loved the cat, not that much the snake hahaha. You have to work 6 hours in the reception but most of the time you can read or write by your own because it’s not busy all the time. The only problem I found it’s that Bangkok it’s such a big city that it takes a lot of time to move around. Anyway, you can do it!

Experience in Malaysia

Guest House Malacca, Malaysia Nov/2018

Kitchen Hand, Reception, and Administration

Review written by the host

Sara was incredibly hardworking, sociable and self motivated. Even when her shifts were over she was always wanting to help out even more and make sure everyone was happy. Sara added something special to our family and was greatly appreciated. We would highly recommend her as a volunteer and look forward to seeing her in the future

  • Responsibility
  • Sociability
  • Proactivity
  • Commitment

Review written by Sara

I had a great experience in Ringo's Foyer. I worked there for three weeks and that was enough to fall in love with the city and specially with the guesthouse. The ambience in the hostel is amazing, you can spend the day without going out and you'll never get bored. The working hours are easy and Howard is a great host, you really feel like home. I will definitely recommend this hostel as a traveller and also as a working exchange.

Experience in Indonesia

Hostel Surabaya, Indonesia Oct/2018

Reception, Painting & Decorating, Handyman, and Gardening

Host didn’t write a review
Review written by Sara

I spent one week in Da Rifi Hostel with my friend Carlos. We didn't have the chance to meet Dyana because she left to work the next day we arrived to another city. However, we had a great week with Yenny, she was very nice to us. We were able to paint the front yard with the means they gave us, but we didn't find much else to do. They told us that other volunteers usually go to schools to talk to children but we preferred to work in the hostel. We learnt how Indonesian people live and we don't regret this experience lived!

Worldpackers Programs

Here are the contributions made to the Worldpackers community


Writing articles for the Worldpackers Blog

Articles written as Blogger

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Ventajas y desventajas de un año sabático


Hacer la ruta del Mekong: Laos, Camboya y Vietnam


You can like the life you're livin' or you can live the life you like

How can Sara help you?

Travel Solo
Practice English
Travel as a Student
Budget Travel
Social Impact
Work Exchange
Travel as a Couple
Using Worldpackers


  • English
  • Spanish
  • French
  • Arabic


I'm an expert!
  • Administration
  • Animal Care
  • Bartending
  • Child Care
  • Cleaning
  • Housekeeping
  • Kitchen Hand
  • Photography
  • Reception
  • Social Media
  • Social Work
  • Video Making
Some experience
  • Cooking
  • Night Shift
  • Painting & Decorating
  • Party Promoter
  • Teaching Languages
  • Tour Guide
I want to learn it
  • Arts
  • Farming
  • Gardening



I studied International Relations and Economics at Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid (2013-2018).

Work Experience

I was an inter in the Center for Research and Studies on Coherence and Development in 2018 in Madrid. I've been a social volunteer for three summers in a row during my university studies in different associations, helping the local community and teaching languages and different subjects.

Travel Experience

I love traveling, I've been in many countries of Europe and in Ghana, Morocco, Tunisia and Palestine. Now, I'm traveling around Southeast Asia as worldpacker.