This fall, two world travelers from Italy from an Italian program called Donnavventura made their way to our home on Cape Eleuthera. During their tour of The Bahamas, they came to The Island School and Cape Eleuthera Institute to highlight our environmental conservation program. Their time with us culminated in this video. It has great footage of the campuses, as well as students, faculty and researchers. It is important to warn you, however, that not only is the clip spoken all in Italian, but also that Donnavventura was on campus on Pirate Day, a great, yet unconventional Island School morning exercise tradition. So please don’t be alarmed by the fireworks featured at the end of the video…enjoy!