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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...

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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...

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My trip to Tibet

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

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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...

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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...

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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...

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A Life Changing Trip

         I have hiked the mountains of Montana, and swung through the treetops of Costa Rica. I have soaked in the seas of Sicily and I have explored the castles of Germany. None of these amazing...

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Our Trip To Ireland!

Eireann go Brach! (Ireland forever) Vacations for me have been pretty plain so far. Myrtle Beach, grandma’s house, Millersburg, all those holidays...

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Whirlwind

              What is one thing that a child should never have to deal with? There are probably many answers to this question; however, the most appropriate one would be death....

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