Recent posts from: RB2B Riobamba 6-30-2019


Big love to all of you! See you soon!


Today was an emotional day, after 2 wonderful weeks, our glimpsers finally finished their trip! We started it, as usual, having breakfast at Nativas (delicious as always), then our final seminar (Closing Reflections), after sharing our journey map, we wrote down our...

Finishing CAP


We woke up bright and early to finish our Community Action Project, CAP, at the Carlos Garbay farm. We managed to finish building and painting a guinea pig and rabbit house, paint a sunset mural and the Banos waterfall as well as a landscape with native flowers and...

RB2B Return Trip Information


Hello Families and Friends of RB2B Glimpsers, We know you are all eager to see your students return home! We thought we would share a reminder about the return flight information so you know when and where to pick them up from the airport once they’ve arrived. Here is...

CAP Day 2!


Hello from Riobamba! Today, we returned to Carlos Garbay Farm for our CAP project to continue working on our projects. We finished creating the fence today, and we got the cement flooring on the inside of the guinea pig house done. We started painting three different...

CAP Day 1


Today was our first day of our Community Action Project (CAP). It started off rough, but we all pulled our weight and made it a productive and fun day! We were separated into three groups; guinea pig house, painting and the fence group. By splitting up into groups we...

Wondering On Our Own


Dear parents and special loved ones We as a collective had our protective chains unleashed, and placed into the wild. Today we had a “Free Day” again, and this is where all that spending money you gave us went. Whether on matching pants, special necklaces...

Global Business Day


Today was Global Business Day, which meant we were learning about the local businesses around Ecuador. We took a field trip to a quinoa factory in Cajabamba called COPROBICH. COPROBICH practices fair-trade and produces organic products, which is why they’ve...