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My Ionian Village Experience

After arriving in Greece after a total of 19 hours of travel, I had never felt such a sense of euphoria. The picturesque white cottages with royal blue rooftops, the deep emerald green grass in contrast...

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Discovering My Roots in Koshkonong

I believe that experiencing places on this beautiful earth that God created brings me closer to Him, provides in

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Broaden Your Horizon

Being Mexican-American comes with a great advantage. Here is the thing why it is so great; I get to travel to Mexico annually. I am one who is fascinated by culture, religion, language, you name...

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USA History Rush

A select group from my eighth grade class poured into the busy Ronald Reagan National Airport, in Washington DC. The purpose of our group was to see as much of DC as we could in two and a half days....

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The Old World: Israel

When I told people I was going to Israel, the first question I was asked would always be, “Is it safe?” Truth be told, I was more scared waiting in the airport for our El Al flight on...

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Forever Bittersweet

Not always are trips worry-free and joyful. At least, that's what I thought when my mother, brother, and I embarked on a trip to my parents' native country of Poland to supposedly enrich...

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Root Seeking Trip: More Than What Meets the Eye

            In the summer of 2010, my dad had signed me up for a Root searching trip...

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Meeting Culture

As I walk into the airport, I am hit with the smell of dirt, sweat, and heat all mixed together. Outside the sky is pitch black but there are no stars to be seen due to the multitude of lights surrounding...

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What we don’t realize.

Guyana is someplace that can definitely be considered a third-world country full of poverty and corruption. Filled with humidity and humungous bugs, I considered it to be the serene place on Earth....

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Eid – Festival that distinguishes the polar opposite social classes

As a Bangladeshi-Japanese student studying in the United States, I have learned to accept different cultures and values. When I traveled to Bangladesh two summers ago to see my relatives, I learned...

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