Recent posts from: Bahia, Ecuador 2-16-2019 SB – BA1A


Staff Update: Students Are Well


Happy Friday! Our students are spending their final night camping and reflecting about their experiences in Ecuador. This night is designed to be a low-tech experience, so students will be posting their daily blog post tomorrow instead of today.    Students spent the...

Day 6: Rancho Mila and un Tarde Tranquila


Hola Estados Unidos!    Como estas? After an early morning wakeup of 6:30 and a delicious breakfast at Don Carlos, we headed off to El Rancho Mila. El Rancho Mila is a permaculture farm based on the ideas of respect for humans, nature, and sustainable agriculture....

Day 5: Acuarela Dos and Eco Club pt. 2


Happy Hump Day!  Today we had an another amazing day in Bahía. We woke up early this morning and some of us went to the local food market. We bought assortments of fruits like dragon fruit and mangos. Then we all met again and went to breakfast at Don Carlos’s...

Day 4: Sathya Sai and Isla Corazon


Oye amigos,  We had a beautiful day today continuing to work and connect with each other and the community members here. In the morning, we visited a charter school funded by residents of Bahía. While mixing soil, whacking machetes, and putting our Spanish to good...

Day 3: City Tour and Eco Club


Hola padres! This morning we enjoyed eggs and croissants at Don Carlos. Next was a city tour led by a local Eco-club member studying tourism, Cecilio. The group walked to the beach to collect driftwood for a future garden bed project. The students worked together...