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Village School Puerto Rico Nov. 2016

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Transcript of Village School Puerto Rico Nov. 2016

Village School
Puerto Rico Adventure
November 2016

Day One
Depart for San Juan
Meet your Grand Classroom Guides at Baggage Claim
Depart for Parguera
Dinner
Folk Dance Show
Intro to Puerto Rican
elections
Check into Hotel
Day Two
Hotel breakfast
Depart for Ponce
Service project at soup kitchen
Return to Parguera
Eco-boat tour of mangrove cays
Local fisherman's show
Bioluminescent bay tour
Return to hotel
All Inclusive...
All Transportation
Hotels & Lodging
Meals
Guides
Educational and Adventure Activities
Medical Insurance
Entrance Fees
Evening Hotel Security Guards
Day Four
Hotel breakfast
Service project at local school
El Yunque Rainforest tour
Hike to La Mina falls
Return to San Juan
Hotel in San Juan
Day Three
Hotel breakfast and check out
Depart for Ponce
Service project at orphanage
Depart for San Juan
Check into hotel
Free time at hotel pool
Your cell phone will work in Puerto Rico as it is a commonwealth of the United States. Contact your provider to see what roaming charges apply.

Puerto Rico has the same water standards as the U.S. We do provide filtered water for all students while we are on the tour.

***Please note that if you are doing service in a school or orphanage, appropriate attire is required. All travelers must wear a shirt that covers their shoulders and pants, shorts, or skirt that comes down to the knees. Beach attire is prohibited in all Puerto Rican schools and orphanages***
CONFIDENCE BUILDING
ENCOURAGES LEADERSHIP
HARVESTS FRIENDSHIPS
PROVIDES EDUCATION OUTSIDE CLASSROOM
BESTOWS STEWARDSHIP TOWARDS ENVIRONMENT
TEACHES TEAM BUILDING
INSTILLS INDEPENDENCE
PRESENTS ADVENTURE
Benefits of Student Travel
See you in Puerto Rico!
Day Five
Hotel breakfast and Check out
Depart for Old San Juan
Tour 400 Year old Fort: San Cristobal
Walking tour of Old San Juan
Shopping in Old San Juan
Depart for Airport
School supplies: notebooks, pencils, rulers, crayons, markers, gender neutral lunch boxes, pencil sharpeners, erasers, pens, notebooks, binders, folders, chalk, calculators dictionaries, staples,
staplers, graph paper, loose leaf paper, construction paper, tape, index cards, rulers, glue, maps,
Hygiene items: toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, deodorant, shampoo, hair gel, shaving cream
Children’s books in Spanish or very simple English
Cleaning supplies: laundry detergent, scouring pads, fabric softener, air freshener, bleach
paper towels, toilet paper, etc.
Twin bed sheets
First-aid kits and extra first aid items such as Band-aids, Tylenol, latex gloves, gauze, Pepto Bismol, antibiotic cream, alcohol, peroxide, etc.
Flashlights with batteries
Service Donations
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