Student Articles Archive - Page 706 of 779 - My Family Travels
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Paris, Zurich, Rome… oh my!

The day that my letter from People to People Student Ambassadors came in the mail was just another ordinary day. I tore open the envelope in excitement, then somberly tossed it aside. I knew I’d...

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Climbing Longs Peak

On a breezy summer night last July, I shouted to my family, “Hurry up or we’re never going to reach the top; only fourteen thousand more...

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A Month in Africa

As I stepped onto the plane, I knew that I would not come back the same. I was on my way to Mali, Africa to visit my Aunt and Uncle. I would be staying with my Aunt and Uncle and their three kids for...

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Israel

Last winter break my family took a vacation that was completely different from any other we had taken before.

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Language Barrier

  “Can you speak Turkish?” This is the typical question I am asked when someone finds out I am Turkish. The positive response I give...

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Travel to France, 2008

In the summer after my junior year of high school, I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to travel to France for two weeks with my school's French Club. I was one of nine individuals to travel on...

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My trip to Costa Rica

This past summer I went to Costa Rica with a science group from our school. Not knowing anyone else going on the trip, I really didn’t...

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Heading South for the Spring

      “Welcome to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina!” I don’t think anyone could have said it any better. Something about the south always intrigued me. Maybe it was how people spoke...

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My Home Away From Home

Exactly one year ago, I started on a journey that changed my life in a way that was magical, indescribable, and awe-inspiring. India, it’s a place I’ve gone before, but that time I was...

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