Entries in #camplife (16)

Wednesday
Feb072018

Life in the  Jungle

Life on Camp Osita is never boring. From the array of surveys, debates, workshops and presentations to exploratory walks, amusing card games, imaginative cooking and beach volley; there’s always something to everyone’s liking.

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Wednesday
Feb072018

Melissa's  Memories

I put my name down for turtles today so my alarm went off at 4:30am. Looking down Leona beach, the moon was low in the sky, so it was really big, and shone really bright. Turning round and looking down Carate beach, the sun was rising slowly setting up the day.

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Wednesday
Feb072018

7 Things I Learnt in 7 Days at Camp  Osita

It was a jam packed week, that's for sure. Settling in, meeting people and learning some much needed jungle tit-bits. These are 7 of the things I learnt in 7 days at camp Osita.

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Wednesday
Feb072018

Interview with a  Volunteer

Here and there we interview our longest tenued volunteers from all over the world with a small questionnaire about project bits and bobs! This one with Charlotte!

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Tuesday
Mar072017

After 10 Days At Camp  Osita

I have officially been a resident at Camp Osita for 10 days now and what a memorable 10 days they have been!

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Friday
Feb172017

Crazy Cool Birds At  Camp

Costa Rica is known for its beautiful biodiversity and our Frontier jungle camp is situated right in heart of this biological wealth.

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Friday
Dec232016

Christmas Week At Camp Osita

Everyone on camp will be away from their families on Christmas – which means we had to work hard to create the ultimate Christmas feeling in the jungle!

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Wednesday
Dec212016

Carate After The Storm

You’ve probably heard about hurricane Otto and how the storm affected the northern part of Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Before the storm hit it was unclear if the Osa Peninsula was in danger, this is why our Frontier team got evacuated on an airplane after two weeks of heavy rain and no transportation in and out of Carate.

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Tuesday
Dec062016

Laundry Day On Camp

Anyone who is leaving the project after a significant period of time will tell you that one of the main stresses of camp is the highly coordinated and deeply important activity of washing and drying laundry. Now, to the reader this task is one of the simplest household chores there is, but take away the washing machine, dryer and an environment devoid of humidity, you get a completely different situation.

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Wednesday
Nov092016

Six Weeks In The Jungle - Mark Page 

Our conservation volunteer Mark Page has almost survived 6 weeks in the jungle and is very excited to tell you all about the experience!

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