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  • This may be a little unorthodox, but [i]bear with me[/i], okay? The trip about which I’m going to blog just happens to be a field trip to [size=18]Lawrence, Kansas.[/size] My excellent photography instructor, Mr. Rominishin, set up an art show in a very famous college's library, the Kenneth...

  •       It is the sound of the grandfather clock, the slow chiming of life pulling away from my grasp, leaving behind things like the thin scrape of the sliding doors and the soapy smell of the bathroom. It is the end of childhood, the end of frozen Christmas cookies, the end of the tall Christmas...

  • In the late summer of 2010, some church members and I went on a mission trip to San Lucas, Guatemala, for two weeks in mid-August. We stayed at “La Cascada de María” (Mary’s Waterfall, a hotel) overnight and worked throughout San Lucas during the day. The hotel manager, Maria, was very cordial...

  •   Salmon is not one of my favorite foods, or so I thought.  Traveling to Seattle, Washington with my high school choir tickled my taste buds for many new experiences.  Together we witnessed fish being tossed at Pikes Market, navigated the bus and metro system, saw a Broadway show, met students...

  • Reflecting back to all of my precious travel experiences of the past, I believe the trip to Disney World with my parents and sister in 2008 influenceD me the most. Despite the fact that it has been four years since that journey, every sumptuous detail stays still in my heart. My parents and...

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  • Never before have I been in a town with less than five-hundred people: two gas stations, two bars, and a Subway; accompanied by a mom and pop store and a hunting surplus which carried products to hunt and kill the wild animals whom are ever-present throughout this barren land with rolling hills and...

  •   On May 29, 2008, my family and I got on a plane that would take us to the most magical vacation we had ever been on.  My godparents and their daughter joined us, and they helped us organize and plan our trip.  We went to Walt Disney World in Florida. When we arrived, a complimentary Disney...

  • The date is July 18th, 2007. My family and I are on Florida Interstate 4 East, traveling in the family car at 70 miles an hour. We are headed to exit 74A, to Universal Studios Orlando. Out the window to my left I can see a giant, swirling mess of green, steel roller coaster tracks. Excitement...

  •              Walt Disney’s famous theme park, Disney World, invites more than just Florida residents to experience the magic and joy associated with childhood dreams—but instead, attracts people from all ethnicities across the globe with similar aspirations; aspirations to feel even the slightest...

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