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Host ID: 81727
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Last Updated: December 16, 2017
my name is Tereza, I am Czech and I live in an ancient atmospheric house in the old medina of Marrakech, not more then 5 minutes from the phenomenal place Jema el Fna. I call the house Dar Esperanzah.
With Mohamed a good friend of mine who lives in a small Berber village in High Atlas we have recently started a travel project. Both of us have different working career background (me in finance, Mohamed as tour/ mountain guide) so we decided to combine skills and become successful together:-)
And we count on you, dear fellow travellers, that you will get enthusiastic for our cross-cultural project and come to live and help us with your experiences and new ideas.
Currently we especially appreciate support for
positioning of our website in Google and other search machines
online marketing - newsletter, Facebook, Instagram...
editing of images
improvement of our logo
also we welcome some good photographs who would like to go with us on hike/ tour and take some nice pictures. And some business profile video also would be nice
If you have other proposal/ idea for us please let us know
In exchange for helping us for 4 hours per day you will have a nice living spot in the old Marrakech. Very safe neighbourhood because there are many riads around. You can choose if you sleep in traditional furnished saloon or in the Nomad tent at the roof top. Towels and bed sheets provided. Food/ aliments will be also provided. We can cook together or you can do alone, just as you prefer. Sometimes we can also visit Mohamed´s family in mountains to have some good Berber lunch and also for authentic Berber experience:-)
Looking forward to hear from you soon!
Tereza and Mohamed on trek
Roof terrace with the nomad tent and roof kitchen
Mosque Mansour, just two minutes walk
View from the window
In the High Atlas Mountains