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Basque Family From Areatza Seeks Au Pair
A young couple from Areatza, Bizkaia, is looking for an au-pair to look after their 3 year-old and 8 month-old baby. They are hoping to find someone to begin in December or, at the latest, January of next year. The couple speaks fluent Basque and Spanish, and very good English. If you are interested in this position, or know someone who may be, you can contact them by email.
In their own words
Dear au pair, We are Asier, Irati, our daughter Haizea and our son Kerman. We are 34, 35, 3 years old and 8months respectively.
We would like to share our life with you, you will be one more in our family. We would like to know more about your culture and show ours. If you love children, nature and you want to live in a small town in the Basque country we are the family you are looking for.
We are both engineers. Asier works for a big company and Irati works for the regional government. We need someone to look after them: to bring and pick up Haizea to the school, Kerman to the Kindergarten and play with them in English.
We live in a small town between small mountains with a great cultural life near Bilbao. The beach is quite close from here so we like going there.
Haizea is a very happy child who smiles a lot. She likes a lot animals, flowers, painting, dancing and playing with other children and people.
Kerman is a very easy going boy who is smiling all the time.
We speak perfect Spanish and Basque and quite good English.
We have had experience with three au pairs. We think that It is a very nice experience for us and for the children. We have very good time together. Sometimes we do some excursions to the mountain, beach… You could speak with them to know more about their opinion.
We are looking for a girl who likes children to have fun time with all of us but in special with them. We are open-minded people so we would like an au pair like us.
We need a person who brings Haizea to the school, play with her all in English and do some housework. Kerman goes to the kindergarten just in front of our house.
We live in a house with a small garden and terrace so we have lunch outside when the weather is good. We have the calm of a small town and the facilities of living close from a big city.
There are some au pair in the town so always it’s easier to live in a place who people are in the same situation than you, to make plans, to learn Spanish.
If you have any question do not hesitate to ask us! It will be a pleasure to answer you.
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