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  • "I'm Eric,'" he said, "I don't chase the paper." Truer words had never been spoken to sum up my three week adventure into the heart of gypsy Spain: Granada. As I lugged my impossibly heavy duffel bag along the dusty Spanish street I would soon be calling home, I couldn't help but wonder, would I...

    Tags: Europe
  •     “I can’t believe you’re finally coming to stay with me! After a whole year! My family is so excited, and my mom is doing crazy cleaning!” Rachael was talking so fast that I could hardly understand her, but it didn’t matter. All that mattered was that I could tell how excited she was, and I knew...

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  •      Dreams are strange: people say they do not come true but when they do, it’s miraculous. Ever since I was little toddler, I have been dying to go to Disney World and experience the wonderful magic. This dream came to my during my tenth grade year. I am a part of this business organization...

  •         During the summer of 2012 I had the opportunity to travel from my suburban town in Minnesota to Chicago with my youth group from church. We went with the goal to show the love of God to every person we came in contact with. We had a thirst to serve. Not to show that we were better, or...

  •  As the twenty five of us students with three teachers boarded the plan out of Denver International Airport we were nervous to be going so far from home, but we were excited to be on our own with no parents. We had paid all our fee’s, submitted our applications, typed our essays, packed our bags...

    Tags: Europe, Spain
  • It was day three on our jam packed New York trip, and our out of shape Mississippi bodies were starting to feel the strain of walking, walking, walking. The heat was getting to me through my jacket; it was January for crying out loud New York was supposed to be a snow filled city during then! We...

  •                 Spain had always been the one place I dreamed of visiting. This country intrigued me with its rich culture and beautiful countryside. I finally got my chance with Spanish club. To even go on this trip we had to do fundraisers for two years, like selling candy bars and selling...

    Tags: Europe
  • Anxiously waiting to get on the road, I began to imagine how the ribs would taste in my mouth as I ripped the meat off the bones. I started to taste a variety of flavors, sauces, and seasonings. I was brought back into my surroundings when my mother announced that we were leaving. At that moment we...

  • Every year, students, facutly and friends of Bay Path College are given the opportunity to travel to one of the world capitals. This trip is headed and planned by the President of our college, Carol Leary, who always travels with the group. This Spring break trip is always very carefully planned...

    Tags: Europe
  • It’s a balmy April evening during Holy Week. The Madrid streets are alive with a language I can only minimally keep up with, but I’m sitting with my classmates, fellow English-speakers, eating Häagen-Dazs for the first of what will be many, many times during my ten-day excursion to Spain.  The ice...

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