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Deshaies, Guadeloupe
All Year: Oct. to Nov.
Area (ha): 0.3
Persons: 1-2
Category: Other
Host ID: 45171
Country: Guadeloupe

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Last Updated: October 13, 2019

Looking for helpers to help us around the yard and home. ***Accommodation offered in your own private vacation rental***. We ask for 15hrs/week for a those travailing alone or 20hrs a week for couples in exchange. Most of the time you will have be responsible for your own meals and transportation. Helpers will be welcomed on a week by week bases.

If you are already in the area, there is a chance that we could host last minute for a few days to a week when we have apartments still unoccupied during our high seasons.

We are a family of 5. My wife and I are from Canada's west coast and have settled down roots in the French Caribbean, creating on our little paradise/ vacation rentals.

We have empty apartments in low seasons, and never seem to catch up with all our projects.

If you travel during low seasons, want to make new friends? Trying to keep your budget down and willing to pitch in a little work, then you should contact us.

As long as you are willing to work a few hours a day to help us take care and improve our property, you will be welcome to stay.

Studios and apartments are fully furnished lodgings with well equipped kitchens, for you to cook your meals. We also have places to camp with a composting toilet, BBQ and pick-nick table next to two beautiful little rivers.

With three young children, we might try to host some meals. Our schedule can be a bit unpredictable. We also have a very friendly Dog, half a dozen cats, and wild chickens visit often. If you are very quiet, you might spot Iguanas sunning themselves on our gravel paths.

In June (maybe July), we might have more mangoes then you could ever eat. Coconuts, bananas, papaya, and West Indian cherries could be fruiting, I make a great Banana flower salad, with most of the ingredients coming from our yard. Papaya and coconuts are almost always in season.

We look forward to hearing from those who are interested, to share cultures and making new friends, Tropically Yours, Andre & Seffani Rafinon.

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