Heritage Archives | Page 18 of 28 | My Family Travels
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An Amazing Traveling Experience Within Lima, Peru

    I have had many wonderful trips with my family to Lima, Peru in South America, which a few times, we did have unexpected things happen to us in the process, but turned out making...

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The Deal on Israel

At age fifteen, I found myself on a plane with my family taking a fourteen-hour flight from JFK Airport into Ben Gurion Airport in Israel. After my freshman year of high school, no reward could have...

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My Trip to Home

As I prepare for the exciting challenge that is college, I reflect on my past experiences, particularly one between my sophomore and junior year. While most young adults used their summer vacation...

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Newfound Appreciation of the Past

I’ve always thought that I knew any and everything about the civil war.  The week of December 26, 2009, my mother took my brother and I on what she called, “a civil rights tour”.  I didn’t...

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Chicken

I barely heard my sister shouting over the rushing waterfall. My hands were quivering with adrenaline and my heart was beating like a drum as I peeked over the edge. Cautiously, I caught a glimpse...

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Exploring the Urban and Rural lands of Argentina: A peek into my heritage

In the winter of 2007, my family and I ventured to the vast expanse of land known as Argentina, located in South America alongside Brazil. My father is from Rosario, a small rural town approximately...

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From Auschwitz to the Negev

Last summer I went on a trip that changed how I view the world. I traveled with NFTY (an international Jewish youth organization) with a hundred other teens to Europe and Israel for five weeks. The...

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My Trip to Nigeria

My trip to Nigeria would definitely have to be a significant experience that has made an impact on my life. My father always wanted me to see my heritage, and has always desired to introduce me to my family....

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The Warmth of Food and Family

Every three years I get the amazing opportunity to squish myself in coach seating between overly excited tourists awaiting their new adventure. As long and claustrophobic as these plane rides are, I would...

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Jazmine’s Trip

My trip was from Mexico to the United States, during the spring of 2009. It was my first trip without my parents. It took my aunt and me three days to travel from San Luis Potosi to Chicago, Illinois....

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