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Quarter Finalist 2010 FTF Teen Travel Writing Scholarship Â Â Â When you live in a small town like I do, you donâ€™t worry about homelessness or poverty. You donâ€™t have to worry about when your next meal will be. When you live in a small town like I do, you don’t worry about homelessness...Tags:
The clouds turned a menacing grey and, as usual in Britanny, it began to rain. We quickly carried the long table from the garden into the Mayor’s garage where our dinner party would commence, and the Mayor’s wife brought out plates and cups and appetizers which we eagerly spread along the 17 places...Tags:
My family and I went to Cozumel, Mexico this past year for vacation. I had been there before, but when I was only a child. It has been my favorite place in the world since I first went there. This time was extremely different, though. The beaches are beautiful, but the real magic happened not to...Tags:
A Flowing Experience Nothing compares going to Azusa and experiencing nature right there, first hand. My family and I went to a river in Azusa where we experienced tall, glorious mountains and beautiful, gorgeous flowers. Our trip began from home into the freeway traveling about 45 minutes and...Tags:
I’ll never forget how culturally disappointing my summer of ‘06 trip to the Bahamas turned out to be. The weeks leading up to the trip were dedicated religiously to fantasizing about the music, food, and other aspects of the Bahamian style that I expected to be enormously different and wonderfully...Tags:
My aunt recently moved to California and paid for my ticket to fly me from Michigan to visit with her. On my flight there, all I could imagine was how beautiful the beaches were, how beautiful the people were and how everything was going to look just like The Hills on MTV. I was sadly mistaken. I...Tags:
When most people travel outside of the country, one might get cultural shocked and might even gain a new perspective in life. Well, this is what I went through when I took a family trip down to Mexico in a little town called Tecuala, Nayarit. It was winter break three years ago, and I was excited...Tags:
It was a 24 hour flight from Maryland to Ilo Ilo City, Philippines. It was how my family and I spent our Christmas, which was also my older sister’s birthday. But it was a dream we had all shared since we were little, when we made hundreds of situations where we met our Lola, or grandmother. At the...Tags:
My grandfather, radio receiver affixed to his ear, relayed the coordinates. Terrible and terrific, formations of B-17 “Flying Fortresses” streaked across the war torn sky of a nearly defeated Nazi Germany. The bombers’ prey, the cultured city of Dresden, seemed unsuspecting and eerily...Tags:
Okay, so I think after reading this you all might think this not true but all the details of this trip is a reality. It all started on 23rd of June my mom and I decided to go to Virginia to visit our cousin. We took a Delta flight at Hobby Airport, which was one of the worst mistakes ever. Why?...Tags: