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Barack Obama’s ideals and visions for this country were not new.  The history of the United States of America has always been underscored by the concept of hope and a steadfast belief in change.  Every history or social studies lesson from elementary school through college that I can recall was chock full of examples of both.  However, it wasn’t until January 20th, 2009 that I fully understood and witnessed the realization of it all.

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Thursday, 06 November 2008

South African Culture at Eye Level

While trips to tropical islands or tourist-studded hot spots have their appeal, some travelers opt to go the non-traditional route to quench their travel thirsts. For one Boston resident, a trip to South Africa was a goal she had for years. In hopes of getting a glimpse of the unique culture, meeting the native people, and taking in the surrounding sites, Kaitlin Kirwin packed her bags with friend, Laurel Fulham for a 10-day adventure in Durban and Cape Town, South Africa. A large part of the trip was spent with friends who volunteered to teach in South Africa for a year, giving Kaitlin the kind of exposure to South African culture she had hoped for.

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