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  • “Good morning, sir. Which breakfast would you like?” I awoke and blinked a few times to adjust my eyes to the dimly lit, glowing, fluorescent lights of the Boeing 777. As the other uniformed flight attendants gently woke the rest of the sleeping passengers, I responded “uhh, the warm breakfast,...

    Tags: Europe, France
  • This June, my mom, my youngest sister Annie, and me went on a trip to South Carolina without my dad, sister, and brother. I was excited to go to a new place I’ve never been, my favorite part of traveling. We had reservations for a place in South Carolina but other than that, we had no other plans...

  • As the end of freshmen year approached, my mother told my siblings and I that we would be traveling to Pakistan for the first time. I was excited to hear the news, but I was still nervous because I had no idea what to expect. I have seen the beautiful scenery the country offers only through the...

    Tags: Asia
  • My fantastic city of Saint Clair Shores often referred to as “The Gateway to the Great Lakes”. You will have boundless access to plenty of recreational opportunities both on land and water. There are three waterfront and ten neighborhood parks to come and enjoy. Where you can sit by the lake or...

  • when we got to the village, I could not wait to see what else there was to discover. As I unpacked my bags, I heard  chirping. I ran to the window, and on the oak tree, I saw a bird. The singing was so beautiful that it made me feel welcomed. To the left of the tree was a little, noisy, crystal...

    Tags: Europe
  •   Our tour guide warned us: “It’s going to take five hours to arrive and the unfortunate thing is that you may have a headache because the land isn't covered by concrete and there are many holes caused by bombs." Then the intensity of the bus's shake increased and we all got a headache. Suddenly...

    Tags: Asia
  •          I never really understood what the big deal was. In England, America was spoken of as the country of sunshine and dreamlike opportunities, but when I moved to Massachusetts at twelve years old, the place just didn’t immediately appeal to me. It wasn’t until three years later in August 2007...

  • The first trip I ever been on without parents was to Florida. Although there were no parents, there were still teachers and phones (for parents to call). The school was hosting a biology trip called World Stride which involved other schools from around the country. The purpose was to help us...

  • The year was 2010. My High School Concert Band was taking a trip to Durango Colorado. My face was filled with excitement, which could easily be recognized, except no one would recognize it since I didn't really have any friends. Still, I packed my suitcase and hopped on the Red Carpet charter bus...

  •  Upon seeing the bright orange Puerto Rican sun rise slowly over the Cordillera Central, my body and mind become almost instantly revitalized. The warm breath of fresh air, the sweet smell of lemons and espresso with steamed milk, and the distant sound of a mariachi performing for the bustling...

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