Students, chaperones and advisors from Sandy Creek’s International Club traveled to beautiful Puerto Rico over spring break, along with chaperones and advisor Karen Miller.
Miller, Spanish teacher at Sandy Creek High School lead the group that also included: Faith Bachar, Adrianna Comins, Kimberly Distasio, Lisa Hall, Christopher King, Joshua Meizlik, April and Kendall Miller, Andrew Olin, Adrianna Palmer, Leonard Phillips IV, Morgan Ranieri, Collin Reff, Corey Reff, Jason Reff, Kortney Steele, and Kristin Vasquez.
The group arrived in the capital city of San Juan, on April 12 and began their Puerto Rican adventure.
The students took a walking tour that included historical places such as La Casa Blanca, La Muralla (the city wall) and La Fortaleza.
Over the next days, the group toured more of San Juan and experienced a zipline canopy tour, visited ElYunque Caribbean National Forest, Luquillo Beach and a Bioluminescent Bay excursion.
They also snorkeled, sailed on a catamaran and visited an uninhabited island to enjoy the beauty and splendor above and below the sea.
They also explored the underworld Camuy Caves and then visited possibly the prettiest city in Puerto Rico, Ponce.
They traveled to the Tibes Ceremonial Park where they learned about the ancient civilizations built there that date back to about the third century before returning to the states.