As most people do when traveling, Murugi made sure to pack her camera. She knew she would want to capture the stunning colors, architecture and landscapes of Spain; but what filled up her camera wasn’t Park Güell, ancient Toledo, or the Royal Palace of Madrid. It was the candid, exciting and beautiful moments that brought her and the other students on her tour closer than they ever could have expected. Their trip didn’t just help create unforgettable memories and frame a new passion for cultural exploration. It forged lifelong friendships.
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Tell us your favorite stories from tour and we’ll use them to inspire others to explore the world. Make us smile, make us laugh, make us cry the good tears. Tell us about an amazing “first” from your tour, or about going back to a place you’ve always loved. We want to get to know you, your experience and the sights, sounds and people that make your story unforgettable. All we ask is that you keep it to around 250 words and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll include the best ones on our blog, in our brochure, in videos…heck, we might even put them in a bottle and toss them in the sea. Because great stories are worth sharing with everyone.