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  •      Yogyakarta (Yogya) is a unique metropolis, filled with history, shopping, and simple culture, but the best thing about Yogyakart, Indonesia, is the people. The people in Yogya have a slow pace life, and the children are joyful. However, most families live in poverty. My family and I...

  • In the beginning of my senior year, I joined a club at school called the Aesthetic Voyagers. This club was established so students could have the ability to travel with their peers and experience a new area. I was ecstatic about the idea of the club and joined immediately. Our biggest trip we went...

  • My family and I are close-knit have always enjoyed travelling together; experiencing new places is something we look forward to doing every summer. However, from Jacksonville, Oregon, the farthest from home we had ever travelled to was Phoenix, Arizona in 2003. This summer, we planned to take our...

  • Traveling to different parts of the country has always been one of my favorite things to do. Every summer, my friend Sarah and I would conquer all of Cape Cod, including Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. Every summer, my family and I would travel to Rhode Island to enjoy all that the beautiful beach...

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  • Tolerance is a word that first entered my vocabulary in the seventh grade, but I had no personal definition until my 2009 summer visit to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This trip incorporated a mass of events. Some of the highlights included our participating in a day of racial reconciliation, partaking in...

  •   The 2009- 2010 school year I was lucky enough to be apart of the Seminole High School Dazzlers from Sanford, Florida , an extremely disciplined dance team that is nationally recognized especially for their crazy high kick routines.  March 11- 14, 2010 we were headed to Fort Worth, Texas for the...

  •      My make*a*wish experience all started in 2006.  I was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, or bone cancer.  I went through chemo treatment for a year and a half.  About six months after I finished, I went on my Make*a*Wish trip to Disneyland in California.  I wanted to go there ever since I was a...

  • I am not an emotional type of girl. Rarely will I shed a tear, get extremely worked up about something, or let somebody upset me. My friends have only seen me cry in two situations; I am laughing so hard I shed tears of joy or, something tragic has occurred such as a death. I have known my friends...

  • Through many year s of traveling abroad, I have learned that getting out and experiencing what the world has to offer, is the most efficient way to learn. Though I would love to share all my journeys to Yellowstone National Park, Glacier National Park, and one of my most favorite trips, the...

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