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My Most Memorable Vacation

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Memorable Vacation
A memorable vacation is one that you can never forget. Sometimes it is even hard not to stop thinking about it. Many of the places I have been include China, Japan, Singapore, Australia. All these places are great but each has a un - forgettable memory that I store in my head and in my heart. I have had several vacations that bring good memories, but one that I will never forget was my trip to Colombia, because I had a chance to meet my husband’s family, experience a different culture, and view some of the greatest, spectacular, panoramic sights in the world.

I have a beautiful husband that has a family in Colombia that I never had the chance to meet. Last year in April, my husband and I decided to plan a trip to go to Colombia so that I may meet his family and enjoy the presence of his mother, father and son. So little by little, we started to save. In October we had the amount needed to purchase the airline tickets and go. My husband was so excited; he could not stop calling everyone on the phone and give them the good news. So we started to shop on the internet and we finally found a good price. It was set December 5th. My Uncle Joseph drove us to Miami International Airport and we checked in our bags and lined up to be seated the by the flight attendant. My husband was nervous and excited all at the same time. I had to hold my composure, but I was just as nervous as he was and hoped that his family would loved me just as he does.

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