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Cabila Co Aracena

in Spain 🇪🇸        ✉️

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I did volunteering in cabilaco with other volunteers and WE all had a very good expérience there. Attaching some reference pictures of workaway
I personally had been volunteering here and had a really good experience overall. It is a beautiful place with good facilities. Imane is a very friendly and nice host. Also, I see it has really good reviews from other workawayers.
I spent two weeks in Cabilaco and I loved it. I had a great time talking, working and walking with Imane and the volunteers who were there at the time. Imane is a great host. She was always concerned about creating a beautiful, cozy and functional place. The wishes and well-being of the guests were always the most important thing to her. We had a great time walking the Romanesque roads, cooking together, and talking for hours and hours at dinner. Cabilaco is a coliving space in its beginnings. I'm not going to say that everything was perfect. But what I can say is that Imane has her heart and ears open for any feedback. He is a person who wants to grow and improve and he does so with all his energy. By nature she is a person who likes to do things well and with great care. That's why some comments here just seem ugly, false and frankly embarrassing to me. They do not say anything about Imane and cabilaco only about the person who wrote the comment.
I have followed the Kabyle project from the beginning and got to know Imane, with whom I worked. With this project, the place has become something beautiful, clean and very welcoming, with the desire to connect people from the region and from other places. Imane's goal with Cabilaco is to create a community with values, including respect. She and the volunteers are respectful and open to the world. Contrary to what some write as negative comments, there is nothing illegal. It's a conflict of interest.
A project that comes from yesteryear, even before becoming a reality today in Aracena. This is because its host has been trying for years to transfer and rescue from the European and Andalusian context experiences typical of the African context. All of this makes this project something unique and worth knowing and enjoying. I not only recommend approaching CabilaCo as a home but also diving into the long talks with Imane and learning details of this great initiative. Good luck and keep going.
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