connecting wwoofers from all over the world and creating organic farming movement and culture exchange in Asia

connecting wwoofers from all over the world and creating organic farming movement and culture exchange in Asia

Feedback Detail : Anthony

Anthony
"WWOOF Nepal is an amazing experience. I miss my Ama and Bua's in Chitwan and Begnas Tal very much every day. I cannot wait until my life allows me to be back in Nepal. A little about our experience at farm. There are 6 goats on the property. Two that are pregnant with 2 goats each right now, one will be giving birth soon, they expect December. I believe they sell those goats though. The farm has 3 buffalo. We spent our time picking coffee beans, pulping coffee beans, washing, and spreading/drying coffee beans to ship off to Everest coffee in Kathmandu. He has orange trees, lemon trees, macadamia nuts, papaya trees, pineapple, as well as many other herbs, plants, and trees. They also have a bio gas system that was installed by engineers about 15 months ago. They throw all of the buffalo dung and other waste into this well that then sends this waste to a tank to ferment. Thus giving off methane for them to power two burners in their kitchen....it works great. Other chores for us at farm involved gathering the goat food, putting the goats out and in everyday. Helping out with various household chores, chopping veggies, serving food, washing dishes. Helped toss/stack the winter supply of hay for the buffalo that were dropped off. All in all it was a great 10 days with great hosts; I would recommend WWOOFing in Nepal to anyone who is interested. Even if it isn't harvesting season there is still something to do around the farm. Carrying rice, beating rice, beating other herbs, all good work." Anthony from Alaska Arizona, United states of America
Post Date: 2016-07-12 12:35:57

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