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Culture Exchange Over a Meal

Why not share a meal and insights into your culture? We are 180 local hosts in 61 different countries and we are looking for more hosts in Slovakia.

Shabbat meal - photo by Sam Felder

We invite travelers in for a meal and a chat on local life and culture –www.HomeHostedMeals.com

Join the fun by becoming a host.

Just follow these few easy steps:
1. Make a short description of what your guests can expect from a visit to your home
2. Name your price – both high end meals and cheap eats are welcome
3. Send it to info@homehostedmeals.com

It’s easy and it’s free! Start Sharing your World Today!

Why do it?

Have you ever walked the streets of a foreign city and wondered what´s going on behind the windows and inside the homes that you pass by? – We have… and ever since we started travelling the world we’ve wondered what it would be like to live in those places that we pass through.

At the same time we enjoy sharing our views with strangers and we truely believe that by doing so we are contributing to global understanding and tolerance. This is the idea behind HomeHostedMeals.com. We believe that by sharing a simple meal the people of the world may one day share peace and security based on acceptance of each other’s way of life.

HomeHostedMeals.com is a website that brings people together by facilitating contact between travelers and private homes in destination areas. By visiting the website travelers will be able to connect with families all over the world who invite travelers to their home for a talk over a meal.

It’s a cultural exchange over a meal!

HomeHostedMeals.com is a website for people who want to share their dinner or lunch table with people from all over the world and make a little money at the same time. It is also for travelers who want to get an experience and insight that goes beyond the traditional tourist crap.

It’s for those who really want to get to know the world and the people living in it.

1 Comment for “Culture Exchange Over a Meal”

  1. Madurika Weninger

    Yes I would like to know local people in Bratislava. I intend to visit next month.
    Thank you
    Madurika

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