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Area (ha): 2
Persons: 2
Category: Other
Host ID: 6083
Country: Spain

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Last Updated: April 3, 2013

Preferably, we are looking for a mature couple, in November/December 2013 in 2- 3 week stints (negotiable),to help with the olive picking.
At the moment there is the usual tending of the vegetable garden, but we also need garden walls knocking down, repairing of stone walling in places (not at all difficult, if you are good at jig-saw puzzles this will be right up your street), stone paving, creating flower beds, outside & inside house painting, basically anything & everything that needs doing whatever your talents are.
Accommodation is separate to the main house and has its own bathroom, television (dvd, video playing only).
Our house is in a small hamlet of about 6 houses, all owned by Spanish people & there is a bar restaurant 10 minutes walk away (great place to improve your Spanish). The local town is 6 km away where there is an abundance of shops, banks, post office, bars (about 14!), library & doctor.
For the fit, we have bicycles you can borrow, there are also plenty of walks surrounding the house, this is a beautiful area to explore on foot or bike to see the local wildlife as we are in the centre of a conservation area.

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