Central America Archives - Page 7 of 10 - My Family Travels
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what my grandmother taught me in peru

For most people a vacation is a moment of relaxation and dedication to oneself to get away. For others a vacation could symbolize a life learning experience. Throughout this world there is always someone...

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Guatemala

I’m awoken by the booming voice of God. “Flight attendants please prepare the cabin for arrival.” I blink a few times, as sleep falls from my eyes and my contacts make their way back...

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“The Island of Mystery” …. my perfect runaway.

In Chiloe! The big island off the southern tip of Chile, Chiloe was the last portion of Chile to be conquered by the Spaniards and to this day remains strong in its individual island/indigenous cultures. Desiring...

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The Costa Rica I Know

Read on for Family Travel Forum's overview of travel to Costa Rica, including general regions, cautions, customs, and basic, practical facts.Bordered by Nicaragua, Panama, the...

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MY JOURNEY IN HONDURAS

My Honduras journey was so fantastic.... I did many great things while there. Many days were tiring and some were fun. I never forgot the real reason we were there. The importance of this trip was to...

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Travel Resources For Parana, Southern Brazil

Getting there and around this bio-diverse and environmentally rich state, plus the best places for families to stay, eat, and find a tour in Southern Brazil. rom Curitiba to the Atlantic coast,...

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The Art of Fainting in France

I woke up to find a sea of strange faces hovering over me. Hands and water bottles were pushed towards me by a half dozen strangers speaking several languages at once. My dad, who I then realized was...

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far far away!

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One Summer: A Multitude of Life Experiences

              Experiences, both good and bad, pave the road and open the doors to our future. Every summer my family and I travel to places we never...

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