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When in Rome, Relax As the Romans Do: What My Italian Adventure Taught Me About Life

‘Twas the night before I was set to leave on my first European vacation, a two week trip to Italy.  My bags were packed, my camera charged, and my passport updated.  I was sixteen and expecting...

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Cambodia to Thailand: A Tale of Monuments and Mango Milkshakes

When it comes to traveling I’m always up for anything and everything. I love sight-seeing at places like the Great Wall; but I also enjoy the atypical experiences--eating rooster head and thirteen...

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Mid-Winter in Manhattan

I thought I’d seen New York. I thought...

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New York – A State of Mind

The Big Apple, The City that Never Sleeps, Gotham City. Whatever you call it, New York City is dazzling and unforgettable. The Statue of Liberty stretches her arm upwards, her torch pointing to the...

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The Week I Danced in New York

The Saturday before Thanksgiving in 2013, I boarded the plane and was off to New York. I was ecstatic, and even though it was early in the morning I was full of energy. I was practically jumping off...

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Cars, Stars, and Road Trips

The plan for “Roadtrip 2k14” was brilliant, in my opinion. My little green Honda Accord got excellent gas mileage and had proved itself to be a reliable car over the past year it had been in my...

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The Silent Lake

The afternoon was ripe with excitement and the car was stuffed...

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A Hawaiian Hike to Remember

Through my finals, meetings, and extracurricular activities the idea of basking in the Hawaiian sun was one of the only things keeping me going.I enjoy keeping myself busy. I am on the youth...

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I’ll send you a postcard, dear.

July 4, 2014, and New York seemed to go hand in hand.My family and I arrived in New York to be kissed by light rain and embraced by dim sunshine. Our disgruntled taxi cab driver could have cared...

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From Wildlife to City Sites – The Town to Beat All Others

Portland, Oregon seemed like a paradise, coming from the drought-stricken and fire-prone city of San Diego. Teeming with lush forestry and exotic Northwestern animal life, nature was around every corner....

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