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Niagara Falls

A family of three is going for a boat ride down the Niagara River. They are enjoying themselves when suddenly an unthinkable thing happens. The motor on their boat quits working. Normally this would not...

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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

    As a child, I had never gone to the theatre very often. Twice on school functions to see La Traviata and La Bohemé, but the excursions were restricted. So, as I sat in the hotel room at the...

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Trip to NYC

        My hometown in Pennsylvania is a small one, complete with farms, one traffic light, and one main road. To anyone who doesn‘t live here permanently,...

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The Land Down Under: A Remarkable Experience

Traveling to Australia was a life-changing experience full of excitement, knowledge, and realization. When I was only 13 years old, I traveled to the Land Down Under for 17 days where I became a more...

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My Trip to Guatemala & El Salvador

Imagine leaving your cell phone, email, hair dryer, and hot showers for two weeks and instead replacing them with beans and rice, baby wipe showers, and floods of hugs and kisses. This is how I kicked...

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Swimming with Sea Lions

The water was cool and refreshing. Something swam past at full speed. I spun, trying to watch it. And again, another brown comet flew through the water. I spun again, trying to watch them all at once....

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Midnight Mass Fiasco in Paris

  Paris, the city of light! So many...

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The Southwest

2007 was a horrible year almost as soon as it got started.  First, my Nana died before her 97th birthday.  It was a shock to everyone, because even with the knowledge of her age, she was very healthy,...

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Hawaiian Vacation

On jolly Christmas Day, two years ago, I opened a rather strange gift. It wasn't wrapped, simply taped shut in an ordinary brown mailing box. I carefully peeled off the tape, wondering what could possibly...

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