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All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 0.5 acre
Persons: single or couple
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 33187
Region: Central North Island

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Last Updated: March 8, 2018

Hi Helpx people... Monty here

As the weather hasn't been very good our people are behind with garden stuff, and would like some help with next years firewood. Cooking, baking is always something our people like a hand with....
(Us dogs don't mind it either....)

If the bossman has time he likes to show/teach helpers how to make wooden craft stuff in his workshop....

Of course the jobs still include walking/playing with US the Dogs.... ( Most Important )

Also there's some general house and garden work and the Boss man always likes it when he doesn't have to wash the dishes.
So if you are planning to be in our area at present, we would love to host you.

All you need to give is about 2- 4 hrs of your time a day and in exchange we will provide you with your own room, WiFi and a Evening Meal.. If we are going out on day trips you are more than welcome to join us.

We live about 5km out of Ohakune which is the southern entrance way to the Tongariro National Park, which offers lots of hiking and mountain biking options.

The boss lady (Saskia) loves to give back some of the hospitality she received in NZ while on her working holiday. (Dutch) These include home cooked meals, biscuits and cakes, jams and chutneys.

Photo No.1 is Me Monty on the left and my girl Storm on the right.. The bottom middle photo is your room while you are staying here.The last photo is some of the woodwork Dean creates and what you'll get to help him with...

NOTE... Saskia has just started to keep bees so please let us know if you have any severe bee allergies. And make sure to take your epi-pen.
You are not required to work in the apiary, but we want you to be safe.

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