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My Amazing Trip to the Dominican Republic

At first I wasn't sure I wanted to go. I agonized over it for weeks as our group met to discuss all the wonderful things we would be doing to help the poor people of the Dominican Republic. Truthfully,...

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Travel to Australia

Two summers ago, I went to Australia on a People-to-People trip. People to People is a program where selected student are given the opportunity to travel to different parts of the worlds and learn about...

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Costa Rican Adventures

Traveling to Costa Rica opened my eyes to an entirely new world. I never thought I could learn so much about myself and about another country in such a short time. I went on this adventure through a...

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Three Guys Crazy Road Trips

Eight years ago my brother, my father, and I stood in wonder of the intimate loneliness of Joshua Tree National Park. Saying more in our silence than words could ever hope to capture, the three of us...

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A Reunion of a Different Sort

My family is, to say the least, eccentric; my mother, a high energy, post-traumatic stress disorder patient, my father, a know-it-all, grammatically incorrect hockey fan, my younger brother, the definition...

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Biking the Golden Gate Bridge

'I want to bike the bridge,' I said for the twentieth time. My parents exchanged an exasperated look. 'We've already gone over this,' Dad told me.   'We're not going to ride bikes over...

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My Sierras

My poles propel me down a dusty trail. I hear the slosh of my water bottle swinging on its carbiner, the chink and spring of my poles and the crunch of my boots in the pine needles. Somewhere back in...

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Luvianos

We were to depart from Dulles International Airport, at 5:00pm, and arrive at Mexico City International airport at 9:30pm. Those were the simple instructions given to my eight year old sister, my eleven...

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My Trip To… (drum roll) Los Angeles, CA

On the day of our flight to California, I almost spilled my cereal all over myself as I saw my mom stuffing extra things into my backpack, making it resemble a bloated balloon. When we got to Los Angeles...

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