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My Deathbed

In The Art of Travel Spring 2015, Madrid, Travail by Susan Lee2 Comments

The following information is quite vivid and perhaps too much information. Readers’ discretion is advised. Perhaps it’s our being 20-something-years-old. Perhaps it’s just our self-confidence. I’m not quite sure what it is but for some reason, especially when we travel, we pretend we are invincible. Nothing hurts. We’re not tired. There’s no way we’re going to get lost, robbed, or …

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The Struggle Travels in My Suitcase

In London, The Art of Travel Spring 2015, Travail by Michael Frazier6 Comments

I should have saved my post for spring break for this week—haha—but netherless I have plenty of struggles to share. I think the most burdensome struggles I’ve had to face was my travel bookings and the subsequent financial strains. By the time I return to the states, I will have traveled to eight countries, including England (currently writing this from …

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Lost in London

In Prague, The Art of Travel Spring 2015, Travail by Eric Duan2 Comments

Many of my friends have been cursed with numerous misfortunes that come with traveling. Between stolen phones, lost luggage, and missed flights, the struggle is very real. I have been one of the lucky few to have not lost a significant item or gone through major ordeals while traveling. However, one moment sticks out significantly when I try to think …