Life inside a travelling school bus powered by vegetable oil
Nestled between rows of lush coffee plants, just outside a village in the Chiriqui mountains of Panama, there really is a magic school bus.
There's no Ms. Frizzle, and this bus doesn't go on science expeditions.
But it is a wildly colourful 1979 supercoach with the name Soulfire painted across the front.
It has travelled over 30,000 miles — from Oregon to Colombia — with an engine that runs on vegetable oil.
Over 200 artists and musicians have been part of its mission to promote environmental change and sustainability. They support themselves by performing — cumbia, afro-latino, and reggae music.
But at the heart of Soulfire is a mother-son team, Andrea and Cooper Morgan.
Click 'listen' above to hear Brittany's documentary "The Magic School Bus."