Student Articles Archive - Page 709 of 778 - My Family Travels
Student Article
Camping in the North Carolina Mountains

Every summer, my father always tries to convince my mom, sister and me to take a family trip up to the mountains. I cringed at the idea of being away from my creature comforts. However, after seeing...

Read More    3 min read

Student Article
Massachusetts

In the summer of 2005, my mom, dad, younger sister, and I traveled to Massachusetts. When I look back on it, this trip was an eclectic...

Read More    3 min read

Student Article
Italy

My high school choir travels to one country a year for two weeks. While in that country we sing in various cathedrals and sight see. This year I was fortunate enough to...

Read More    3 min read

Student Article
Into the (Canadian) Wild

In terms of a vacation to celebrate summer break, one immediately thinks of a Hawaii-style beach, complete with swaying palm trees and bikinis. So, one can imagine my...

Read More    3 min read

Student Article
Nuevo Jerusalen

A couple years ago, my father asked my mother if he could take me to Mexico to see my grandmother, whom I last saw when I was two years old.  During the minute it took her to make up her mind, I sent...

Read More    2 min read

Student Article
My trip to Tibet

Seeking closure for my six-week, summer trip to Tibet, I decided to sit on the roof of our...

Read More    2 min read

Student Article
Rules for Getting Lost:

I knew the last thing that would help me was to panic. Which was, of course, exactly what I did. For the last three weeks, twenty-two of my classmates and I had been awed by China. We had become real men...

Read More    3 min read

Student Article
Family Travel Forum Teen Travel Writing Scholarship Contest

  I’m a sidekick using, computer abusing, shopping is so soothing kind of girl. So when my father asked me if I wanted to take a road trip...

Read More    3 min read

Student Article
Costa Rica

It was Costa Rica, a vision of crowded, colorful houses and flat tin roofs caked in flaky, thick rust, and hillocks of kaleidoscopic litter cascading down the dirty streets. It was the sun, the blistering...

Read More    2 min read