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Family Travel Forum Announces Winners Of Its 2015 Teen Travel Writing Scholarship

(New York, NY – October 19, 2015) Family Travel Forum (FTF) and its travel industry partners are pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Family Travel Forum Teen...

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FTF Scholarship Encourages Teen Bloggers To Share Travel Tales

Media Alert:  FTF Scholarship Encourages Teen Bloggers To Share Travel TalesStudents Explore the Teen Travel Experience in 9th Annual Merit Competition for College Grants(New...

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Family Travel Forum Congratulates Winners of 2014 Teen Travel Writing Scholarship

(New York, NY - October 30, 2014) Family Travel Forum (FTF), the trusted vacation planning resource, in partnership with the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW), is pleased to announce the...

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Teens Reveal Why They Love New York in 2014 Scholarship Competition

(New York, NY October 20, 2014) Family Travel Forum (FTF), the award-winning resource for family vacation planners, in association with Empire State Development’s Division of Tourism (I LOVE NEW YORK)...

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LA’s The Grove and Farmer’s Market

One of the best places to take kids in Los Angeles is The Farmer's Market. It is centrally located and really fun, with several food stalls and lots of small souvenir shops. I...

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Family Travel Forum Announces 2012 Young Travel Writers Scholarship Winners

After hosting five Teen Travel Writers Scholarship contests with the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW), Family Travel Forum and SATW decided this winter to...

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Water[melon] for Elephants

The rough, wrinkly trunk wraps itself around the hunk of squash I hold in my outstretched hand...then promptly tosses it away, reaching out again expectantly for another snack. "She's...

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No Shoes, Just Service

Red dirt. Hot, sticky air. Children laughing. Chai brewing. Tumaini Orphanage is alive with the happiness of their 52 orphaned children and the volunteers were just as excited to be part of this unique...

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Volunteering in South Africa

Following the summer after high school, I traveled to South Africa, where I will be living and volunteering for nine months. I have wanted to live in Africa and study primates since I first learned...

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A Memory That Will Take Me Back

More than seven hundred years have passed since Marco Polo roamed the narrow allies of this famous city. As I sit on the small, second floor, restaurant balcony of my hotel and look over the beautiful...

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