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A Dancer’s Paradise: New York City!

New York City is the ultimate place to dance because they have every style taught by the very best in their field. I have been dancing since I was three years old and have been going...

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Istanbul, Turkey: Where East Meets West

Mexico, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Haiti, Bermuda, Argentina, Netherlands, Spain, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, India, China, Japan, South Korea. I, India Lewis, am a traveler...

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On Belonging

You fit into me / like a hook into an eye / a fish hook / an open eye You Fit Into Me, Margaret Atwood   Cultural immersion, the anthem of this year, played itself boldly across glossy...

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Betty’s Travel Blog To Eritrea

The small, flat building they called an airport reeked of African spices. “Welcome to Asmara,” a man in a vomit green colored jumpsuit spoke coldly. I laughed at the way his heavy accent...

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Culture Shock:Life Lessons

           I was at Logan Airport saying goodbye to my parents. I made my way into the terminal, turned in my luggage, breezed through security and...

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Vietnam And My Baby Sister

It could have been yesterday: The tangled stratum of purposeful noises, the primitive industrial pollution, the draft of oriental fragrances, the fluctuating wall of rushed foreign syllables....

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The Peak of My Success

On a dimly Saturday morning I awoke deep in the wilderness. My first thought was the cold. It seeped past my skin and chilled me to the bone. My tent-mate was still asleep, but I shook her awake...

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Reacquainting Myself With The Mediterranean

Most teenagers are on a constant search for who they are and with me, it was no different.  But adding two countries, one transatlantic migration and three cultures fused together never made my search...

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A Whole New World

     This past summer I traveled to Central Europe for 11 days with a group of students from my high school. We were chaperoned by two teachers of mine who, every year, organize an...

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Adventure

It’s adventure that runs through me, The way I see life is what’s key. I start at the end of comfort zone, And end deep in the waters of unknown By taking...

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