Hello everyone. I recently participated I the Tulum workshop. I'm so thankful for the experience and the amazing people I meet. Recently I started building in Guatemala close to Santiago Sacatepequez. I'm inviting anyone who wants to help and learn together during this 6 month process.
At the moment there's 2 volunteers and 2 workers. And I can host a few more people either camping, in a room at my parents or there's also a smallish town close to.
For those interested you can send me a WhatsApp 50252039176.
@christophe Bonjours Christophe,
Merci pour votre message.
Je suis très intéressé dans votre projet. Quand es-ce que vous voulez commencer à construire ?
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Thank you for your message.
I am very interested in your project. When are you planning to start building?
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