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All is Paradise at Sunshine State

DAY 1 It was unbearable and I felt as though I could hardly breathe. The weather was extremely humid and to this day, I’ve never experienced anything...

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Unique New York…. WHERES KEVIN!!!!!!

I love to travel; to me traveling is a relaxing and amazing experience. My whole life I have always wanted to go to New York. I don’t know if it is the big city lights or if it is all of the...

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My Life Changing Trip to Kenya

I was anxious as I left my home for the airport. I didn’t know what to expect from my three month vacation to Kenya. I had gone on this trip to learn about my culture and understand about the...

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The Best Trip of My Life

In November of 2010 I visited New York City.  That’s right; I went north (from sunny, warm Las Vegas) in the winter.  It sounds like a crazy thing to do, but it was worth every one...

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Through Patience Comes Accomplishment

The altitude difference was definitely getting to me! The thin attenuated air was definitely becoming difficult to cope with, as I was a flatlander from down south in the States, and was surprised by...

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Philosophical in France

I’ve never felt small before. Despite being five feet tall and seventeen, living in the third largest state in the US, dwelling on a planet that is so often criticized as being insignificant...

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Snorkeling in the Reef

July 24, 2009 started bright and early. That Friday morning, my family and I woke up just in time to watch the sun rise in Cairns, Queensland, Australia. It resembled sunset, only the sun...

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Boring Ol’ Oklahoma…A Brand New State of Fun!

When my parents told me that we were going to Beavers Bend State Park in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, last summer, I wasn't too excited about it. I was thinking, “What fun can you...

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Uncharted. Unknown.

It was in third grade when my classmates and I learned in-depth about the Lewis and Clark Expedition. From learning about the foods that sustained them to the Native Americans that cared for them,...

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My Spectacularly Unspectacular Summer

Last summer I went on vacation with my family. Our trip was not some huge ordeal; instead, it was a trip to Utah in order to drop my brother, Taylor, off at BYU. On the way, and once we arrived,...

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