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Chamonix, France: Beyond The Mountains

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Trial and Error in the Guatemala Markets

During the summer before my freshman year in high school, I went on a mission trip with my mom, bother, and a few members of my church to Panajachel, Guatemala. We traveled down there to help an organization...

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So Many Strawberries

You know how your family is...

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Finding Myself, 5000 Miles from Home

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Superfamily

“Caution: Trail not maintained. Use not recommended.” I think that is an accurate representation of my family vacations. My mom has...

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Cliff Jumping and Conversations

Have you ever been on vacation abroad and become frustrated because you can’t find a Starbucks or a fast food joint? So have I. But through my travels with my family I have realized that sticking...

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An Unexpected Treasure

QUARTER-FINALIST 2015 FTF TEEN TRAVEL WRITING SCHOLARSHIPSpacious greenery surrounds me on all sides, dabbled with dots of civilization. We are distributing food atop a short but broad mountain...

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A Metropolis at Your Fingertips

I suppose it begins 8 hours into our first day there. Stumbling out onto the streets of New York City with only five hours of sleep, we certainly looked the part of clueless tourists—my camera was...

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Discover Yourself: One Journey At A Time

A gust of warm spring air strikes the open windows of the 768-step tall cathedral. The soft breeze sweeps beneath...

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Arizona is a Long Ways Away

I have always wanted to visit the Grand Canyon. I imagine it would be beautiful to hike part of its 227-miles of length or to camp in the valley and stare up at the mile deep walls of rock. Instead,...

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