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  • Who ever knew a line drawn in the sand could really separate night and day? The border between the United States and Mexico does just that. I went to Mexico on a missions trip through an organization called YWAM, Youth With a Mission (http://ywamchico.com/ministries/sto_main.html). Our team met...

  • Day 2   After spending the first day of our trip traveling and meeting with the rest of our tour group, we arrived in Quito, Ecuador late at night. We spent the second day of our trip touring and seeing the sights of Ecuador. The highlight of the day was a visit to a large church in the middle...

  • Temecula, California, located in Riverside county is the hub of entertainment and excitement. Incorporated in 1989, it has been expanding in colossal proportions since then. No matter how old you are, I guarantee there is always something for you to do here!  Come visit Old Town, a main...

  • Lecciones De España This June, I was lucky enough to travel to Spain with two of my high school’s teachers and a group of twenty other people.  We travelled all over that amazing country. We started in Madrid and made our way to Toledo, then to Granada and from there to the Costa del Sol.  We...

    Tags: Europe, Exploring
  • "Next Year in Jerusalem," said my dad as he stared at me with eyes full of pride. The phrase used to end the Seder ceremony during Passover was finally about to come true for me. In just a matter of months I would be boarding a plane to the country of my ancestors. Israel. I couldn't believe it....

  • As I got off the train to meet the family I would be living with for the next three weeks, a myriad of emotions ran over me. I was excited to finally be starting the adventure I had been hoping for and dreaming about for many years, but also extremely nervous. Would they be nice? Would they like me...

    Tags: Europe
  • My mother, Laurie, looked straight ahead at the road as she drove down some scenic highway.  I pivoted my head to look out my passenger window at the rock formation that peacefully rested on the naturally formed hill.  I let the feeling of the beauty seep into my skin for a moment, and then I...

  • My bedroom walls are plastered with pictures of castles, one of my few surviving childhood obsessions.  As a child I would spend hours researching those majestic fortresses on the internet and dreaming of the day when I would walk through one. In June 2010 my family embarked on a Royal...

    Tags: Africa, Europe, Italy
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    Tags: Europe
  •               In the summer of 2011, my family and I had the opportunity to visit India (for the third or fourth time) to see our relatives and see the wondrous, historic landmarks of India as well. We first arrived in a state called Kerala, where our relatives are located.  From there we took a...

    Tags: Asia, India

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