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Habitat for Humanity Build in Beautiful Bali Indonesia
Global Village Build 14369 Bali, Indonesia
Are you looking for a travel opportunity that combines adventure, an amazing culture expreince with a chance to contribute to the greater good? If so, then join us for a GV Build in beautiful Bali, Indonesia . All that is required is flexible positive spirit, a sense of humor and a willingness to work together with the Global Village team and local community.
GV Build 14369 Bali, Indonesia
Saturday, May 24th, 9pm to Saturday, June 7th, 11pm
Our team will be building in the northern side of Bali, most likely in a community in Git Git and Goblek Munduk-- about a three-hour drive from the airport in Denpasar. Bali is the westernmost of Indonesia’s Lesser Sunda Islands and is the country’s most popular tourism destination. While many families are in great need here, there is also a thriving arts scene and the region retains its rich, cultural heritage.
Types of construction for volunteers
The core first-stage home normally measures 24 sq. m. Houses use cement slab foundations and are made from concrete blocks and plywood, with wood frames and clay tiles for roofs. It takes between 14 and 21 days to build a house. Volunteers may work on existing home renovations and complete home construction. Volunteers may help to: transport materials; fill foundation with dirt, stone and sand; compact floors; mix mortar; lay bricks; and clean and paint doors and windows.
Trip Cost: $1850
The trip cost covers, in country transportation, travel medical insurance, accommodations, meals, some cultural events and a donation to Habitat for Humanity Indonesia.
Day 1 (Saturday, May 24, 2014): Depart from home.
Day 2 (Sunday, Many 25, 2014): Travel day.
Day 3 (Monday, May 26, 2014): Arrive in Denpasar (Ngurah Rai Airport); check into hotel in Kuta, welcome dinner and orientation; overnight stay
Day 4(Tuesday, May 27, 2014); Travel to host accommodation in Lovina, check into hotel; visit the project site.
Days 5-7 (Wednesday, May 28-Friday, May 30, 2014): Workdays with breakfast served before traveling to build site; work from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. with lunch on site. Free time after work to clean up; dinner; time for team activities.
Days 8 -9 (Saturday, May 31-Sunday, June 1, 2014): Free days; cultural activities in the local community.
Days 10-13 (Monday, June 2-Thursday, June 5, 2014): Workdays with breakfast served before traveling to build site; work from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. with lunch on site. Free time after work to clean up; dinner; time for team activities. Farewell ceremony and dinner on the final day.
Day 14 (Friday, June 6, 2014): Travel back to Kuta, overnight stay