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The Balcony

The four hour and thirty minute drive to Kemah, Texas was enough to give me the audacity to jump out the window and join the bugs as they splat against the passing cars. I sleep half the time and...

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Finding Myself from the Summit in Colombia

"I am American. I was born in America. My skin complexion might be slightly darker but I am American no matter what.” I had these words engraved in my thoughts and no one believed them more than I...

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The Unconventional Ideal Vacation

Imagine your ideal vacation. Where are you -- On a beach, a jungle, or by the pool in five star hotel. What are...

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Rediscovering My Roots

400 years of my family’s heritage lies rooted south of the American border, in Guadalajara, a blossoming city located in the heart of Mexico. An economic recession drove my immediate family out of the...

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Hiraeth for Haiti

For my spring break of my senior year, I applied to go on a mission trip to Haiti. To my delight I was accepted to go, and the day we were set to go arrived quickly. The first day was water truck day,...

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Exciting Expeditions In Ecuador

Traveling is always an exciting experience, especially when it’s somewhere foreign. Just recently, I spent 10 days exploring and volunteering in Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands in South America. Not...

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Getting to Know Paris

I believe that the point of traveling is to escape a person's normal lifestyle, to break the habits of everyday lives. I grew up in a family of travel; we are always looking for new places to go in...

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Irish I Could’ve Stayed

Going into this trip, I was more excited to see cute red headed Irish boys than I was to see the Cliffs of Moher.  I was more excited for the puns I would put as my captions on Instagram than I...

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Among the Smoggies

The smoggies is what they were called. Or at least that’s what my grandparents, who on a humanitarian trip with a local church, had told me they were called. Made up largely of third and fourth generation...

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