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My Jamaican Heart

On February 21, 2008, I boarded a plane for Montego Bay, Jamaica, excited for what God had in story for me. Little did I know that I would leave part of my heart in Jamaica. During the eleven days that...

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My Cousin’s Big Fat Greek Wedding

Last summer I found myself on a plane with my two cousins and our aunt heading for Greece. Although my cousins and I were born in America, our parents (and so on and so forth) were born in Greece. ...

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Traveling: More Than Just Fun

  As a homeschooling family of nine, our family spends a lot of time together.  We are always doing things as a family--whether with school...

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Massanutten, VA

Girls Week Out. No dads allowed, no boys, just females in all our high-maitenance glory. One week at a ski resort in Virginia: five girls in four rooms, two stories, two kitchens, and two very...

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Manhattan Memories

Family vacations have been a summer tradition since I was little. Sometimes we fly, other years we’ve driven,...

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Italy

When I was little, my favorite book in the whole world was The Thief Lord, by Cornelia Funke. The book was about a group of runaway children who lived in

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Hawaii

As I swam farther and farther out to sea, I imagined myself as one of the numerous sea creatures who surrounded me. I swam as a giant sea turtle, letting the waves take me in and out.  I glimpsed a...

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Hong Kong

Before last summer I had never been on a plane. I had never left my house for more than two weeks, and I had never been out of the country. But of course, last summer changed all of that when my mom...

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Travel to Israel-The Land of Peace?

A day before my 17th birthday, I had no doubts: I wanted to study Latin America. Then, life threw me a curveball -- I won a scholarship...

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