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really wanna be volunteers!!
Posted December 14th, 2012 - 11:09 am by from Budapest, Hungary (Permalink)
Hi Everybody,

Hope you are doing great.
Acually, me and my boyfriend Eddie (https://www.couchsurfing.org/people/adolfoeddie/) are here in Nepal and we are looking for some voluntary opportunities. I am an English teacher and photographer, a creative person who is always ready to help and learn however I can. Eddie is a very smart, cheerful, talkative, happy man, an amazing cook and talented in many other things. We both love children, we could teach or help a village family in their agriculture. We would be very happy to share our knowledge and help in return for accomodation and some food. If you guys could help us out with any ideas to find a place to volunteer for about a month or two, we would be very grateful.

Thank you in advance,

Zsofi and Eddie

mobile number
Zsofi 0036-202 600 595

p.s. We have sleeping bags and a hammock as well so don't worry if you do not have any beds to offer :)

Posted December 14th, 2012 - 12:22 pm by from Kathmandu, Nepal (Permalink)
dear friend
its great to know you love children and interested in so much field. hi i am rikesh thapa . 21 year boy. i used to live with my family in a place called phaskot , 40 km north east of kathmandu. in the top of hill like 2000m we live in a village of 300 people we do have a farm and we would love to invite over here . my whole village is friendly and they love to meet and talk to foreign people. we also have primary school near 10 minute walk from my home and all village kid went there , if you are intrested you can mail me or call me +9779818239564. now from my village we can see 34different mountain it last till February . if you are really interested you can contact me my email is rikeshthapa_691@hotmail.com . we really welcome you
rikesh thapa

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Posted December 17th, 2012 - 4:19 pm by from Kathmandu, Nepal (Permalink)
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