Entries in #costarica (7)

Friday
Apr072017

5 Teaching Opportunities  Abroad

Volunteering to teach abroad not only benefits you, it can have a huge impact on the lives you come across. There are many different opportunities available ranging from helping women specifically to working alongside exotic animals.

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Monday
Apr032017

Animal Profile -  Sloth

Sloths are one of the most endearing animals on Earth, recognised by millions through nature documentaries, film and even memes. But how much do we know about them? Here’s a look into the life and origins of sloths.

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Wednesday
Jan182017

QUIZ: Which Costa Rican Monkey Are You?

In the Osa Peninsula there live 4 types of monkeys: Howler monkeys, Spider monkeys, Squirrel monkeys and White-faced capuchins. Which monkey can you most relate to? Do the quiz and find out!

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Tuesday
May172016

QUIZ: Where's Next Off Your Bucket List?

Sitting and pondering where to go to next? Got a few ideas but unsure which one to pick? Well this quiz will definitely help! Have a go and figure out which country to tick off your list next!

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Thursday
May052016

5 Things to do in Costa Rica 

With all the hard work you put in to your volunteering project it’s important to make sure you have some time to enjoy yourself also. Frontier runs a range of conservation and community projects you can get involved in in Costa Rica, so we thought to look at 5 things you could do in your free time.

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Monday
May182015

Cartoon Animals in Real Life

Most of us would’ve grown up with cartoons and taken a particular liking to the animals the artists drew. From Winnie the Pooh to Scooby Doo we all have our favourites! The best thing some people on the internet do is recreate scenes from these movies using lookalike animals and it makes the cuteness scale tip over! Here are our top 5 cartoon animals in real life.

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Thursday
Apr302015

Is Renewable Energy a Reality?

It’s true that the world is suffering from the use of too many fossil fuels and burning down resources which do not grow on trees. Many countries are guilty of this, but there is still hope. Costa Rica has achieved being fossil fuel free for 75 days relying completely on hydropower plants.

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