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Old 04-09-2012, 01:40 PM
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The more I travel, the smaller the world comes. This week alone I met a woman from Turks & Caicos and discovered she once lived a few blocks away from me in an Atlanta suburb, and even delivered her son two months after me at the very same hospital. The same trip also had me [...]

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Old 04-09-2012, 10:49 PM
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My older daughter is 15 and she does keep up with a few friends that she has met while traveling via Facebook (as do I). My younger daughter who is 8 is too young for Facebook, however, she has exchanged a few emails with girls that she met while cruising in the Mediterranean last summer. I think social networking is great for encouraging international friendships - either with people that you have met while traveling or people that you have met "virtually" discussing a mutual love for travel.
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