Student Articles Archive | Page 27 of 703 | My Family Travels
Student Article
Peruvian Cultural Immerison

Machu Picchu, llamas, and the Spanish language are things that come to mind when thinking of Peru. These ideas are important aspects of Peruvian culture, however, the country is more diverse and cultural...

Read More    2 min read

Student Article
In the Steps of History

The first three days went by so quickly, I hardly even remembered to text anyone back home or let my mom know how everything was going. My new Dutch friends were kind enough to answer many of the questions...

Read More    2 min read

Student Article
Lost and…

Aruba, home to Dutch chocolate and clear water, was proving hot, brown and spurious as my family of nine bounced across the desert in a rustic van frantically searching the unforgiving landscape for...

Read More    3 min read

Student Article
Becoming Friends with the Mayans

After the 45-minute bus ride from the port of Costa Maya, we finally arrived. My dad and I had had a front row seat for the tour guide’s lecture and were ready to discover the ancient civilization...

Read More    3 min read

Student Article
I Do

I am, by far, the least musically inclined person I know. Yet that doesn’t...

Read More    3 min read

Student Article
The Uganda Diary

As I plopped a lemonade-flavored, electrolyte hydrating tablet into my plastic water bottle, I could feel Sylvia’s big eyes watching my every move. With our rear-ends simultaneously bouncing up and...

Read More    2 min read

Student Article
A Memorable Trip To Bryce Canyon

Travelling is a beautiful journey that leads to many experiences. Around the world people travel to take a break from their daily routines and explore their surroundings. They travel to learn about...

Read More    3 min read

Student Article
Catskill Mountains: Birthplace of My Dreams

In the 1960s, a book called My Side of the Mountain inspired a young man’s dream to live in the wilderness and train raptors (eagles, hawks, falcons, and owls). As a young man he moved to Roxbury,...

Read More    2 min read

Student Article
48 Hours in London

Comely cornerside shops selling fish and chips, ancient yet steadfast Gothic architecture among sleek silver skyscrapers, the thick whirl of a gray-tinged Thames -...

Read More    2 min read

Student Article
Walking with Wolves – A Trip to West Yellowstone

It was the middle of July, and it was snowing. To my younger sister and I, this was a miracle in itself; back home in Texas, we got a few inches of snow once or twice a year if we were lucky,...

Read More    2 min read