WWOOF Serbia: Our Tentative Itinerary.

By Posted in - Featured Post on September 30th, 2011

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Preparing for the upcoming WWOOF season. Big E Eastern Exposition, Massachusetts.

As I am sitting in an Amsterdam cafe typing up this post, I still can’t believe that in less than 48 hours we will be hopping a jet to Serbia to meet our new friends at WWOOF Serbia.

A few days ago, we got our itinerary about the farms and activities we will be participating at when we volunteer abroad in Serbia, and I got to say Beth and I are both super excited about what’s in store for us.

It looks like are first stop will be Novi Sadi, which is approximately an hour train ride from Belgrade. At this farm, we will be helping to make jam and wine. Additionally, the host participate in raw food seminars, which we will be able to help with. This is great, because both of us have been interested in incorporating more raw food into our diet.

At our second farm, it looks like will be learning and working in Eco-Building. I’m not quite sure what this entails yet, but we are excited about the opportunity to learn more about building green. Secretly, Beth has her fingers crossed that the eco-building will include installing solar panels; she’s been dying to install a solar panel on something for a few years now.

As a bonus, on October 9 we will take to the streets, vacant lots and any other crack or crevice in the city to bury tulip bulbs with some of Belgrade’s finest guerrilla gardeners.

If you are looking for volunteer overseas, we’ve found WWOOFing to be a fantastic way to see a new culture and experience regional delights.

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  • Sarah -

    September 30, 2011 at 11:24 pm

    Tentative or not- this itinerary sounds incredible!

    And a guerrilla gardening event with tulips? That sounds romantically FANTASTIC.

    • Bethany -

      October 3, 2011 at 12:47 pm

      I know I love the idea of planting lots of tulips around the city! We are both really excited about it.

  • Diane -

    October 2, 2011 at 11:39 am

    Randy, your dad would be so proud of you! He loved making homemade strawberry jam when we were first married. I hope you do learn about Solar cause you can teach me what you learn. Love you both!

  • Tours of the Vatican -

    October 4, 2011 at 11:31 am

    Ooh, sounds like a great time, especially planting flowers everywhere! Wish someone would do that where I live. Thanks for keeping us all posted. 🙂