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    Tags: Africa
  • The first steps out of the airplane, the gush of the humid air. The rustle of people, as they carry their belongings, the greetings of the stewardesses and pilots, the atmosphere encompassing me. I quickly follow the steps of my mother, as she leads the way into the airport. The cool rush of the...

    Tags: Asia
  • Whether you're here for business or pleasure you can find everything you're looking for nestled in a town of about 30,000. Home to the worlds largest retailer, a world class art museum, numerous outdoor trails and parks, a thriving night life, and the quaint small town hospitality, Bentonville,...

  •           I am a Los Angeles teenager who loved every aspect of the urban life. Los Angeles is a city filled with bright neon lights and gritty music venues. L.A. was my playground; a location where I spent countless hours at obscure rock halls living life to the fullest. I thought was going to...

  • At first my trip to Alpine, Texas was one of those great trips that one takes with a straight face so as not to show any negative emotion. But somewhere inside that four and a half hour drive, it turned into one of the most confusing expeditions of my young, uninspired life. I say this because this...

  • My greatest impression as we left Venice was that it is a dying city, although that was not my first impression. After multiple delays that stretched our overnight train ride from Paris to Venice into a lingering sixteen hours, we finally caught our first glimpse of the Floating City.  The...

  • We are headed southbound on our way to Bend, Oregon  for four days of mountain biking and rock climbing. Yesterday we finished our four day backpack on the Olympic Peninsula. We all had an amazing time!  We took full advantage of our one sunny afternoon by swimming in the chilly pacific ocean. We...

  • My grandparents wanted to take a cruise through the caribbean and decided to take my brother and I along. Our first tour guide was amazing, his name was Raymond. Raymond is unique. Its fate that we ended up taking his tour that day, Monday June 26, 2009. Honestly, when I stepped into the truck I...

    Tags: Caribbean
  • Blooming flowers, large fern fronds, and scores of happy mothers with smiling children all blur past my face as I jog along the banks of the mighty Han River. Its turquoise surface extends far past my jogging territory and cuts a watery path through the bustling metropolis of Seoul, South Korea....

    Tags: Asia, Exploring
  • My eyes lock on the rosary dangling from the driver's mirror as he swerves down the foggy mountainside, chauffeuring 17 American teens to the first stop on their community service adventure in Costa Rica.  I say my prayers, hoping this driver's style is unique among the Costa Rican populous.  It...

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