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Trips Jason A. Weller trip to San Jose, Costa Rica on May 27, 2007

Traveler Jason A. Weller
Companion N/A
Start Date 5/27/2007
End Date 6/2/2007
Filed date 6/13/2007
Approver Rep. John Spratt (D-SC)
Sponsor(s) Organization for Tropical Studies, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Destination(s) San Jose, Costa Rica, Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí, Costa Rica
View all trips to: Costa Rica
Purpose On the Budget Committee, I am the principal analyst covering all environmental and natural resource conservation programs for the federal government. This course would broaden my knowledge of international resource conservation and management efforts.
Total Cost $2,010.00
Detailed Expenses
Personal Companion
Transportation $700.00 - coach class
Lodging $480.00 - Hotel Palma Real in San Jose; La Selva Biological Station; Sarapiqui in Heredia; Hacienda La Pacifica in Guanacaste
Meal $280.00 -
Other $550.00 - $250 for local transport; $200 for materials; $100 for entrance fees