Caribbean Archives - Page 22 of 34 - My Family Travels
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Sea of Cortez

 January 2009, the second half of my junior year of high school, I traveled to Baja Mexico with a group of students from school and my science teacher to study Humpback Whales. I lived on a research...

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With Peru as My Teacher (with photos)

As the aircraft lifted off the runway and propelled itself into darkness, I clutched my travel pillow and hoped for a smooth flight. I was heading to Peru to study the effects of tourism on culture...

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Traveling Through Life: How Education Lead to Service-Young Writers Scholarship

When I was at the University of California I was always envisioned myself leaving the comfort of my country to volunteer abroad. A travel study abroad program in Carribbean and South...

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Young Travelers Writers Scholarship

              It was the time of my life after I came back from the Bahamas just last October. It was even more fun because we left on Halloween. There was...

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Viva Republica Dominica! Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace!

The Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace & Dominicus Beach Resorts in the Dominican Republic are family-friendly, all-inclusive, and alive with international flavor.Fringing the southeast coast near La...

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Terremoto’s Impact

I was a sophomore in high school, traveling with my youth group to Aguas Calientes, Mexico with an organization called Terremoto. It was my first mission’s trip and there was...

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My trip to Morelia, Mexico

         I woke up with the warmth of the morning sun on my face, yet my feet were cold due to the fresh, morning breeze. Then what do I hear next? Fluttering noises and a squawk of a rooster,...

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Awesome Service Trip to Mexico

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They Blessed Me in Mexico

Tijuana, Mexico is an awful place. Driving through this city for the third time, for my third mission trip, doesn't make it any easier to see. The houses I see from the major highway are made of multicolored...

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