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Costa Rica Adventure

I took a deep breath and stepped off the tour bus which had been my haven during the past week. When my feet hit the sidewalk I was in the true Costa Rica. I was about to spend the next week living...

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I Left My Tongue in Branson

I am sitting in the right bucket seat of our lipstick-red Ford Wind Star minivan. The first seven of the twenty-plus hour trek from Chesapeake to Branson, Missouri have been slightly less than excruciating. My...

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Family Cruise

            In November 2006, my mom’s whole side of the family went on a week long cruise. We traveled on the Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas and visited the islands of Labadee,...

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My India

Fear. Bombs. Blood. Screaming. TERROR. This was all I could see, hear, and think about while visiting one of Mumbai, India’s exclusive malls. All I could do was watch the people in the mall, with...

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Trip to East Coast

It’s crazy to think that because we spend hours planning something, it’ll turn out...

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Go China!

It has been a blast for me and my family spending the summer of 2008 in China. It wasn’t the first year that we’ve been back since we have actually moved here to America from that big Asian...

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Rocket Trip

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It’s all Fun and Games Untill Someone Falls Alseep

Every year the Belles et Beaux show choir takes a trip to end the competition season. This year we were going to Branson, Missouri. We were scheduled to leave Thursday and return on Sunday. While in Branson...

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Why do trips always have a story? Let me tell you about mine…

It was about mid December of 2007,it was a very cold day, but sunny. I went on a family trip with my boyfriends’ family. This meant so much to...

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