Day to day activities differed greatly during each phase of the trip. During the language phase in Sucre a day would go more or less like this. During the week we would wake up and eat breakfast together at the hostel. Then we would all go to our Spanish classes. My class usually consisted off grammar, and then watching a bit of a spanish movie. Often we would go out to eat with our teacher and practice speaking or she would bring us to some sort of museum where we could learn about the culture in Spanish.
We would come back to the hostel for lunch and then do something as group, like go site seeing in the city, or go on a day hike. We went out to dinner a lot as a group which I really enjoyed. We also had a lot of free time, which allowed me to really get to know the city. I would go out with others in my group to the market, to the grocery store, to cafes, etc. On weekends, we went on some really nice trips as well.
As for our volunteer phase in the jungle, that was much different. For the first week, when we were working at Jac Cuisi, we slept in a cabin together, ate breakfast with all the other volunteers, and then worked in groups on some sort of construction related task like mixing concrete, putting up fencing, or painting. At Ambue Ari we slept in rooms with other volunteers and met a lot of new people that way During the day, we each worked with different animals every day, be it a Puma, Tapir, monkeys, toucans, or a Jaguar and everyone had a really unique, but incredible experience.
It's hard to really summarize a normal day during expedition. One day you might wake up in a tent before the sun is up, and cook breakfast on a camp stove, in preparation for a day of hiking. A different day you could wake up at a nice hostel, have a big breakfast, and head out for a surfing lesson. Every day was different, but I loved that about expedition.