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  • The opportunity to give, to meet the needs of those less fortunate, is one too precious to pass by. It was in early September of 2008 I received a call from Global Expeditions, an organization that operates in sending teens around the continents for mission work. For the first time in their twenty...

    Tags: Africa
  •      During my last high school spring break, I took a trip to Spain and England to celebrate my high school graduation and eighteenth birthday. My parents, aunt, grandma, cousin, and I took a flight on Iberia Airlines to the airport in Madrid, Spain. We left LAX ( Los Angeles Airport) and...

    Tags: England, Europe, Spain
  • In the summer of 2005, I finally came back to Russia for the first time since I immigrated. It had been eight years. My family had changed, my city had changed; I had changed. Instinctively, I understand that I cannot possibly live there again. Despite this, there is something profound about...

    Tags: Europe
  •      Rosholt is a small, scenic town in Central Wisconsin, with busy highway 66 cutting right through it.  This town of only 500 people creates a close-knit community feel and welcomes travelers with open arms.  The best time to visit would be during Labor Day weekend.  The football game at the...

    Tags: USA, Wisconsin
  • My family moved to the United States in 2007, indeed that was one of my exciting moments in my life. Before we moved to the United States, my family lived in a little valley on the countryside in Korea. We happened to move out from my house and immigrate to the United States. From that point my...

  • It’s no secret that I’m an outdoors girl. Ask anyone who knows me, and they’ll tell you that the outdoors is the one thing that occupies my mind at all times. Ever since I was a little kid I loved caring for anything natural. Bugs were creatures I looked upon with affection, and any animal found...

  • After two days of campus tours, informational sessions, and class visits, my mother and I were ready for a break. Once we had skillfully navigated through L.A., we managed to snag a great parking spot in Santa Monica Pier’s huge lot. We then made our way up to the pier itself, dodging seagulls...

  •   The Crescent City. The Big Easy. The crown jewel of the Southland.    New Orleans - where the phrase "let the good times roll" (or "laissez le bon temps rouler") is personified in every note sounded by the streetside jazz musicians, in the sweet taste of a fresh beignet, in the casual...

  •               When I was little my Dad would go out of town to England for work, and bring back little gifts for me. One of my favorites was a small, red, double-decker bus. That bus was different than the yellow school buses I saw outside and on “The Magic School Bus”. At that age I never thought...

    Tags: Europe

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