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My Trip To Greece

     As I walk through the crowded cobblestone streets of Santorini I decide to stop and sit. I watch the golden sun as it falls into the ocean like an Olympic diver in slow motion. The buzz of...

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My 6-Week Homestay in Japan

The infamous peace sign; jam-packed trains with hardly enough room to scratch one’s nose; three-hundred-pound men in diapers slamming against each other; school girls in stylish uniforms. All...

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Traveling Around the World

Traveling is a hobby for me and my family. With my East Indian background, I took advantage of my bilingual skills to ease my way through India. I love seeing the world, since most of my time is spent...

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The Trip from the Devil

It was December.  My family was going to visit Montana for Christmas, where we would stay in a condominium and ski for a week.  We had decided to take the train for a new experience.  Unfortunately,...

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Why Would You Go To Guatemala?

This April, my best friend and I took a trip to what most would consider a third world country; Guatemala. If anyone actually asked us why we were going to Guatemala, we didn’t really have an answer....

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Opportunity of a Lifetime

Who would have thought when my parents moved my family to Crawford in 1998 that my neighbors would be President Bush and Rock-n-Roll legend Ted Nugent. Both men hold a deep respect for the outdoors,...

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Kalalau

Imagine a trip within the boundaries of your own country. I would imagine it could not be life changing; too different from the world I have come to know. However, when you step outside the lines of...

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Finding Myself in the Midst of the Unfamiliar

I am passionate about languages. English. Spanish. Chinese. Italian. Greek. To be able to communicate with others from different cultures and backgrounds inspires me. In my philosophy, a language not...

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There is More to us than we know

     A huge flash surrounded me, followed immediately by a deafening clap of thunder. I looked across the steep drainage and could see the damage of a split, dead, and smoking tree. The fear already...

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