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2017-05-17: WWOOF Hungary 0031 left a reference for Julia Klara
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Facts

Member since
2014
Visit
from springtime to end of autumn
Response rate
0%
Location
Döröske
Area in hectares
2 hectares
Animals
Chicken Dog Cat
Languages
English, German, Spanish, Hungarian

Contact

City
Döröske
Zip
9913
Country
Hungary

About

The Julia farm is composed of two farmhouses and their gardens in a tiny village, Döröske. This calm and peaceful village is full of tidy and intimate peasant houses. Its countryside is scenic, as the settlement lies at the ridge of the Vas’ hill. In the first house are living my parents permanently, in the other one our big family’s members periodically. The settlement has a wonderful bathing lake, with a shore rest area. The river Rába – when presents an opportunity to canoe and angle - is three kilometer from the lake.
Our farm is in possession of a big bio garden, what cultivates my mother. We has a lot of fruit trees, which crops we use to eat as some delicious preserve or drink as tasty poteen. Our dog Joda can live in peace with the hens and sometimes strange cats use to visit our land,
We are travelling people so can speak English, German, Spanish and show interest in other cultures.
In our kitchen you can taste Japanese miso, Indian pakuta and own our Hungarian stew of wild boar. We always use only fresh bio basic materials.
Both the houses, when we can provide voluntary people with accommodation, are old peasant houses with portico, oven and stove. The voluntary people can live in own their rooms.
In the garden is an original Kazakh jurta (a nomad tent of yak hair), which you can sleep, practice yoga or meditate in.
We are full of plans to built a sweaty hut, a steam house of Laos and a carved wood-gate.
If you’d like to live with us for some time, you need to help us at horticulture, and during vintage and making jam. We often go mushrooming and gather herbs.
If you can learn to bake bread, make jam of many fruits or make yogurt and curd, we wait for you with open heart. The voluntary people can come to our exciting farm from springtime to end of autumn. Of course you can use the Internet.

About

The Julia farm is composed of two farmhouses and their gardens in a tiny village, Döröske. This calm and peaceful village is full of tidy and intimate peasant houses. Its countryside is scenic, as the settlement lies at the ridge of the Vas’ hill. In the f...

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Facts

Member since
2014
Visit
from springtime to end of autumn
Response rate
0%
Location
Döröske
Area in hectares
2 hectares
Animals
Chicken Dog Cat
Languages
English, German, Spanish, Hungarian

Contact

City
Döröske
Zip
9913
Country
Hungary

WWOOF Hungary 0031 wrote a reference for Julia Klara .

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WWOOF Hungary 0031 wrote a reference for Hege .

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WWOOF Hungary 0031 wrote a reference for Anna .

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WWOOF Hungary 0031 wrote a reference for christopher .

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WWOOF Hungary 0031 wrote a reference for christopher .

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WWOOF Hungary 0031 wrote a reference for Peggy and Marinus .

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WWOOF Hungary 0031 wrote a reference for Steven .

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