Posts Tagged ‘wwoof’

Dairy Farming In New Zealand

Dairy Farming In New Zealand
by Thea Hutchinson Special to The Lost Girls I had heard for years from numerous people that “WWOOFing” in New Zealand was one of the best things they had done. For many reasons; the people commonly called “kiwis”, the landscape, and the laid-back attitude. For English speakers...
September 4th, 2012 | Dispatches from the Road, New Zealand, Solo Travel, Travel Philosophy | Read More

Lost Girl on a Columbian Finca

By Alex Baumhardt Special to Lost Girls Like the root of a plant or the headwaters of a river, my strategy for finding the lifeblood of a country is to find the farmers, the cultivators. Bogota has a pulse all its own but I knew I would find Colombia’s heart in its hills, and I took off from the...
August 21st, 2012 | Wildlife & Animals, Working Abroad | Read More

WWOOFing In Australia

WWOOFing In Australia
by Thea Hutchinson For travelers not familiar with “wwoofing” here is a little introduction. It is a type of eco-tourism, where workers and travelers can develop a different kind of tourist connection with locals and openminded hosts. Travelers can give back to a community instead of the...
May 22nd, 2012 | Australia, Eco-Travel, Extras, Traveling Solo & Together | Read More