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Travel Log 1 "Laying a Foundation" by JonCarlo DeFeudis. Holliston, Massachusetts.

Reading the introduction to Becoming World Wise written by Richard Slimbach, made me seriously realize how many aspirations I have for my experience abroad. Although I know it is wise to keep all the high expectations and hopes at bay, I can’t help but wish for my travels to be filled with meaningful learning and intercultural bonds.  918 more words

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Travel Log 1: "Laying a Foundation" by Micaela Buttner - Dedham, Massacusetts

As my departure date starts to creep up closer and closer, the thought of studying abroad during my senior year of college really makes me experience mixed emotions. 907 more words

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Travel Log 2 “Rites of Separation: Looking Behind and Looking Ahead: Expecting and Accepting the Unexpected” by Chase Chiga. Colorado Springs, Colorado.

With only a couple days left before I head out of the United States and on to my Rite of Passage, I took some time to create the separation letter for my family. 590 more words

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Travel Log 2: "Rites of Separation: Looking Behind and Looking Ahead: Expecting and Accepting the Unexpected" by Dejanay Richardson. Bronx, New York.

Separation – an act of mental and physical detachment from a daily routine or a way of life. For avid travelers and nomadic wanderers, separation can be an exciting thing. 979 more words

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Travel Log 2 :Looking Behind and Looking Ahead" by Christina Mercugliano. Cheshire, CT

As my departure date rapidly approaches I found the act of composing my separation letter to be a very healthy way to compile my thoughts and feelings. 573 more words

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Travel Log 2: “Rites of Separation: Looking Behind and Looking Ahead: Expecting and Accepting the Unexpected” by Casey Keohan. Duxbury, Massachusetts

The closer we get to my departure date, the more unprepared I am beginning to feel. I am so excited for the opportunities that I will have in Australia, but I am really not looking forward to 24 hours of traveling. 721 more words

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Travel Log 2: "Looking Behind and Looking Ahead:Expecting and Accepting the Unexpected" by Katheryn DeMarey. Hampden, Massachusetts

Now that I am about to leave in four days, reality is starting to set in. After giving my dad the letter, I felt a weight lifted off of my shoulders. 602 more words

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