We need help with building a dirt wall for an incoming tide in 2017 and 2018. The high tide has the potential to ruin our mature fruit trees as the water is a bit brackish (salty). We need volunteers to shovel and move dirt from one part of the property to the other.
There are three options to stay with us, In the boat, In the French Quarter. or in the spacious standing room tent. We are basic at the moment but are a part of a great community of 111 families; we have clean drinking water and nearby food/beer/small stores with chips and frozen treats.
We have great surf at high tide, protection from city problems as we are on an island, our property is two doors down from the army. It is a water life and most guests stay on our thirty three foot vessel, Odissea. Volunteers stay in a large room tent and there is now a bug proof area we call The French Quarter. Bugs are only bad for an hour during dusk/dawn but it is worth bringing repellent. The community has a few papusa restaurants and many times meals are sold by walking vendors. This is an island lost in time with two communities to visit, beaches with roaming cows and horses, a lifestyle feeling set in a different frame of time.
We have mature cashew, mango, jaqotes, coconut and newly planted pineapple, citrus, banana, cacao and a variety of indigenous fruit trees which are usually ripe in March April May and June. Come enjoy our piece of paradise with us, backpackers or commune seekers. We are looking for no more than twenty inhabitants/guests to live and thrive in our jungle island community.
Guests can be expected to take it easy and volunteer when desired. Volunteers/non paying volunteers must work four hours per day at least four days a week. Current projects include hauling dirt from one end of the property to another and volunteers are always needed to interact and play with the local indigenous children. You may even be able to teach and English or computer class!
We need help with building a dirt wall for an incoming tide in 2017 and 2018. The high tide has the potential to ruin our mature fruit trees as the water is a bit brackish (salty). We need volunteers to shovel and move dirt from one part of the property t...Read more
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