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History Below The Streets

I’m eighty meters underground. To some, that number conjures images of a claustrophobic space far beneath the earth, perhaps an abandoned mine shaft or a well that was sealed off long ago. Both are...

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A Misrepresented City and a Thousand Discoveries

Cambodia, Armenia, Bosnia, Sudan, Germany, and Rwanda. Each of these nations has one common thread,...

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A Window Into Her Past

     Ever since I made my first venture outside of my home country, the United States, when I was 11, I have had a passionate desire to travel abroad. After Nicaragua, I was continually...

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Paris Lies Hidden Behind Florist Petals and Train Station Clocks

I arrived in Paris by train. Greeted by graffiti bricks and a sun strong enough to dry out my damp soul. I had spent the past week in cloudy London surrounded by grand cathedrals and gardens fit for...

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Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust

I briefly allow my mind to wander....

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Eyes Widen and Heart Soars

Picture this:  You're walking down a cobblestone street,  to the left you can see a small glimpse of the canal that runs through the town and to the right...

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In the Steps of History

The first three days went by so quickly, I hardly even remembered to text anyone back home or let my mom know how everything was going. My new Dutch friends were kind enough to answer many of the questions...

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Lost and…

Aruba, home to Dutch chocolate and clear water, was proving hot, brown and spurious as my family of nine bounced across the desert in a rustic van frantically searching the unforgiving landscape for...

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I Do

I am, by far, the least musically inclined person I know. Yet that doesn’t...

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48 Hours in London

Comely cornerside shops selling fish and chips, ancient yet steadfast Gothic architecture among sleek silver skyscrapers, the thick whirl of a gray-tinged Thames -...

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