My Top Ten Travel Memories
I drink cherry wine and learn to dance, in a town where teens compete to do the best polka. - Czech Republic
Ten year old Majda teaches me to count in Moroccan Arabic. "'Wahet,' 'jooj,’ 'tlata,'" she says patiently. - Erfoud, Morocco
We find shelter from a downpour with Rocio and Andres, from Chile. After introductions, he produces from his backpack a bottle of wine carried from home. - Lake Titicaca, Bolivia
Eighty-seven year old Bill teaches me how to plant garlic. - New Zealand
Seventeen and on my first trip alone. I meet a boy on the train who makes me jump out at all the stops so that I can say I’ve been there. - Austria/Italy...
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