Michelle and Matt here,
Almost a week has passed since Shenandoah has left, and we are still energized by the group’s stay with us at Tobacco Caye Marine Station. We could see from the get-go that the entire group was devoted to learning about the many cultures of Belize, experiencing those cultures in the various environments and ecosystems in which this country is blessed with, and effectively taking that education with them for the rest of their lives. We cannot express enough how wonderful it was to have such an infectiously eager group to work with in the water and on land. Thank you for putting such a good effort forth and thank you for having fun!
On the final day of their too-short stay, we were very sad to see them go, but were very thankful for the show that a pod of seven dolphins put on for the group (thank goodness they got the underwater morse code memo). We couldn’t imagine a better sendoff for a very deserving bunch of young global citizens.
Thank you Shenandoah, and hope to see you again! 🙂