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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...vening instead of eating at the regular dinnertime. The most important tip for Traveling cheap is to choose a country that isn't as expensive as the ones you'll be visiting. A country that's cheap will allow you t...
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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...rst step is to understand the profession. A travel guide is an expert who provides information about the places you want to see. Depending on the country, travel guides can include de...
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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...lve problems and prevent disasters by using science and technology. It will save us money, and it will increase our chances of living in a better country. This is a very good thing fo...
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    ...gh to still have a mother in your life after eighteen, there will be tough times. She may disappear for a week to write a poem or visit a foreign country. She may disagree or disappro...
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    ...ejected the idea of getting peanuts from there: the thought of having to use a plastic bag. [I have an issue with how much plastic we use in this country. Perhaps that should be anoth...

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  • ...interviewers ask me things like, "How did you learn to ride [repair, build] a motorcycle?" "How did you get up the nerve to motorcycle through [x country] alone?" Sheesh.
  • Thanks for sharing your evocative essay. Ditto other readers on "born in 1950" so this makes me smile. Looking forward to reading Dreams of Falling. Love mystery + low country + summer.
  • Great post! I'm reading Kurt Vonnegut's, A Man Without A Country, right now, and I came across the quote you've highlighted. He's brilliant!