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Return to Roots

Every summer I get the chance to travel to a new exotic place in the world.  All these trips are exciting and memorable, but none of these trips compare to when I go back to my native country,...

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Hemkunt Sahib: An Adventure

Hemkunt Sahib is a Sikh temple in the Himalayas, surrounded by seven snowy mountain peaks. This is said to be the place where the tenth Sikh “guru”, Gobind Singh Ji found God. Many people...

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A Journey Through Golden Fabric

It took 32 hours and three different flights to get to Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Being born into the United States Military, travelling long distances was no new experience for me. Except this time it...

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10,000 Miles Worth of Memories

Traveling about 10,000 miles away seems like a crazy trip to make, especially landing on one of the world’s most populated nation: China. Coming from the airport...

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I Love This City: 6 Weeks in Chengdu

Melodious voices rise, mixing and dispersing above the steamy pavement of a corner-side pavilion, attracting curious passersby. Actually, the staring eyes are more likely drawn by the fact that these...

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Wondering at the World at a Wonder of the World: My trip to the Taj Mahal

I swat a few flies away from my face as I plaster on a confident smile and proudly pose in front of the Taj Mahal in the blistering heat.  The Taj is undeniably beautiful.  Neither photographs...

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The Glass Bottles

“An di! An di! (Eat more!)” My aunt weaves through the small kitchen carrying bowls of hu tieu:  vercimilli noodles in a warm, savory broth. It is raucous and rowdy...

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The Best of Times and the Worst of Times

Last summer, my grandparents took my two siblings, my older cousin and I on to Europe, starting with the quintessential visit to London, and ending with a week-long tour of Ireland. My grandparents...

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Summer days in my Second Home

The sun danced in the sky, on this warm summer day in Bavaria, Germany. After days of rain, the spirit of delight hung in the air, as young and old greeted the clear blue sky. This summer, was spent...

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Fulfilling Dreams in Ireland

As a competitive Irish Dancer for 9 years, I had always dreamed of taking a trip to tour the country of Ireland. I felt that it would help me understand where the roots of my dancing came from, as...

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