Last Sunday, the Kul Kul Connection tribe, both teachers and students, boarded two Bio Buses and ventured to Sekumpul waterfall in Buleleng, North Bali. It was a trip to remember for all of us, and the first time for most of our students to experience a waterfall. The main purpose of this trip was to build a strong connection and friendship between the teachers and students themselves, giving them a sense of safety and belonging within Kul Kul Connection. We also like to play a role in exposing local kids to the astounding beauty of their home island that they have not yet explored. The trip ended with freshly picked durian and mangosteen snacking, sharing our respective experiences and feelings about this wonderful adventure and about our intentions and goals as members of the Kul Kul Connection and Green School community of learners. If you see local students around during farmer’s markets or special events, take the opportunity to introduce yourself as an international member of the Green School community and help them feel welcome and connected. You’re going to see more of these change makers around!