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Nigeria

My name is Chigozilim Udonna Menakaya and I am a Nigerian-American. Whenever I tell somebody this, they’re always like, “please, there's no such thing as a Nigerian-American. Either you’re Nigerian...

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FTF Announces Young Travel Writers Scholarship

(New York, NY – February 1, 2012) Family Travel Forum, the award-winning resource for planning fun family vacations, and the Society of American Travel Writers is pleased to announce its second FTF...

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Teen Travel Writing Scholarship Judging Underway for 2011

Here's an update on the 2011 Family Travel Forum Teen Travel Writing Scholarship contest. Since May 1, 2011, our 5th annual scholarship has attracted...

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rant on roadtrips!

i love to travel! roadtrips are fun but i don't mind taking other forms of transportations: airplanes and what not. umm let me list the places ive been too. my parents travel...

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Family Travel Forum Announces 2010 Young Travel Writers Scholarship Winners

After running the inspirational Teen Travel Writers Scholarship for the past three years, Family Travel Forum decided it was time for travel writers ages 18-26 who shared their tales with the travelBIGO.com...

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Wild Trip to Africa

Africa, home of the wild! June 11, we boarded British Airways for Africa. Two days later, we arrived at Entebbe, Uganda, airport. There were six of us: my older sister Mikka and her mother Carol, Mikka’s...

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Wide Open Spaces with My Lifelong Best Friend; My Mom

The greatest trip of anyone’s life is the day they were born. The problem is that most of us do not remember. I know that on the day I was born it started the greatest journey I shall...

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Sugoi desu ne! Student Travels in Tokyo

Tokyo is a city of contradictions and contrasts; a delicate balance between ancient and modern, native and global, traditional and subversive. I've never encountered a city like it in all my travels,...

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Immersion into the Mountains of Antigua, Guatemala

As I continue my pursuit toward a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology, I often find myself tempted to try and pinpoint the source of my desire to help others in times of psychological crisis. While...

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Ceade Mile Failte

I sat in the bow of an old, slightly rusty looking aluminum fishing boat, perched precariously on the edge of the seat so that I didn’t fall through the rotting wooden bench. A green Folgers coffee...

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