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Giving What You Can

I began digging into the soil with my shovel. Not being able to plunge too deep, I carefully sifted through the debris and inch-by-inch I made my way into the destroyed park. Glass shards, wood chunks,...

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Time and Travel – East Asia

Time is an interesting construct. It can seem to drag for eternity (and what is eternity?) or it can zoom by before you have a chance to realize that it happened at all. Long time or short time. Is...

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Neredesen, Margaret…Where are you?

Life as an exchange student opens up doors to many curiousities. During my summer in Istanbul, Turkey on a full government scholarship for Turkish language study, I did a lot of thinking about the location...

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Upon My Rocky Path

Traveling alone without speaking the local language is no simple task.  Why, then, do I continue to do it? This was a question I was asking myself two winters ago when I was traveling alone to...

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Tzedakah in India

Every afternoon, sixteen-year-old Salim came home from school, through the doors of the Nav Jagriti or the “New Hope” orphanage and shook my hand. He asked me: “You are feeling?”...

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Wildlife Tours in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is an exotic destination for wild life. If you want to experience the beauty of the nature you have to visit all these wild life areas. This country is a great destination for wild life...

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Places to Visit in India

As we know that, India is the land of cultural diversity, and heritage of monuments. There are so many things that exist in India in terms of places, culture and monuments. It is the best tourist place...

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Asia’s Fall Festival Calendar

Planning an autumn family vacation in Asia is not only affordable, it's also the best time of year to travel the region as countries such as India, China and Japan come to life with autumn festivals...

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Bus Tours Introduce The World’s Great Cities

Double-decker hop-on, hop-off bus tours can be found all around the world, but have a longer history in Europe than in the US. Imagine a clever guide, a place to rest your feet, great photo opportunities,...

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