Steamboat Mountain School Global Immersion Studies Blog

Steamboat Mountain School India 2017

Posted by Marta Miskolczy on Apr 17, 2017 4:35:32 PM
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Steamboat Mountain School is thrilled to announce the Global Immersion Studies Program students will spend one month (April, 2017) exploring: Trip 1 Sikkim region of Northern India with faculty leaders Gina Wither and Robbie Tesar. OR Trip 2 High Andes of Ecuador with faculty leaders are Charlie Smith and Kaiti Kinshella.  OR Trip 3 Australia to  work with 2 Aboriginal communities with faculty leaders Margi Missling Root and John Morse.

These amazing travel experiences will help our high school students deepen their understanding of culture and responsible travel.

Namaste and Many Greetings from Sikkim!
We just arrived Sikkim safely after couple of days in Kolkata. All the kids, along with Gina and Robbie, are doing well, and I am sure all of them enjoying and learning good experience from our region. Tomorrow we are heading towards North Sikkim where they gonna stay with local family for couple of nights before proceeding for adventure trek in west Sikkim.

-Loden (Group's guide)


From Gina Wither, Group Leader
Today was a better day than anticipated. We went to the market, saw a cool Hindi movie "Poorna" about youngest girl to climb Everest, and visited a science museum. Everyone is doing well. Today we travel to Sikkim via plane and bus ride. Depending on wifi there, our next checkin might be via the delorme.
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