Contact

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5 comments on “Contact”

  1. Hi ,

    I hope you don’t mind me contacting you, but I am a student looking for work experience on a dairy farm , and I read that you are a Workaway member. I joined Helpx but I soon realised that the site that contained the most useul placement was on Workaway.
    I was wondering if you might be able to give me the contact details of a farm on workaway. I know this is a big favour, but I didnt want to spend another 20 euro on another volunteering website.
    This is the farm I wanted to contact http://www.workaway.info/14771664494b-en.html.
    Thanks for taking the time to read this,
    Jack

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    1. Hi Jack..Thanks for reaching out. Unfortunately there is no direct contact information for this posting. There is only a general email inquiry you can send the host in hopes they provide more information for you. Sorry I couldn’t be of much help. Good luck and safe travels! Jill

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  2. HELLO! I just wanted to say thanks for posting this. My husband and I are feeling the same way as it seems you did about living to work… we want to break away and potentially are looking into wwoofing or just floating between seasonal part-time work in places. Puna is on the radar so it was fun to see how you experienced life there. We are not sure what to do, but indeed sure that we need to do it and ASAP. What have been your major expenses with this? Did you meet anyone that had done this type of lifestyle for a really long time? I’d love to hear more!!!

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    1. Puna was an amazing experience and I’d recommend it to anyone who wants to live off the grid and escape the rat race for a while. It’s truly a slower, more simple type of life and certainly good for the soul. There are tons of volunteer (WWoofing, Helpx.net, etc.) opportunities on the Big Island. Major expenses? Nothing too crazy, just living like eating and having money for fun. A lot of the times when you volunteer or work on someone’s farm, they give you a free place to stay, so no need to pay rent. If you do pay, it’s a very small amount. I wouldn’t say traveling by working along the way is bad for your finances…in fact, if you are working (for earning money check out Coolworks.com) and not keeping up with “Real world” expenses, you can actually SAVE money! There are tons of resources out there and many people who I follow who are living life as digital nomads. Check out http://www.candicedoestheworld.com. I love Candice and she is a great example of someone whose been traveling and writing her way around the world. Check out my travel resources page as well. Good luck on your journey!

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