Entries in #internship (7)

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

Preview into Jungle  Life

Today started like any other day in the jungle, being woken up by the howler monkeys at around 5am as they pass over the treetops above us. Everyone here says I will get used to them and sleep over it. It’s been 2 weeks now and I’m still getting woken up but to be honest with you it’s all a part of the jungle life and something I will truly miss.

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Wednesday
Feb072018

Saturday at Camp  Osita

On Saturday morning a few of the volunteers went to visit a local bird sanctuary, owned and run by Patrick Dunn. The day started with a short bumpy ride on the collectivo, the local bus. Whilst getting off it turned out Patrick was going into town, but his wife, Rubyanne, was more than happy to welcome the group.

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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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Wednesday
Nov292017

Immediately a Memorable  Experience

After being here only 5 minutes, I realised just how much of a unique and memorable experience this trip would shape up to be.

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Tuesday
May232017

Adapting To The  Science

As a the Media and Journalism intern on the Frontier-Costa Rica project, my main purpose here is to document all of the work being done by Frontier staff and volunteers, as well as what life in the field is like.

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Monday
Jul112016

What We Have Been Up To In The Last 2 Weeks 

I can't believe I have already been in Costa Rica for two weeks, time flies here. I'm currently sitting in the camp's kitchen, which is a lodge made of wood that consists of a small kitchen and a big space with two big tables on which we eat. This is also the place where we usually hang out, especially after the surveys since it's very open and available for everyone.

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