Personal Narrative: Traveling To Sierra Leone And Belgium

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In our lives, we have experiences that can change the way we look at things. In the past 20 years my mom had been an independent woman. Finding her way to come to America with just me and also finding a job. Working really hard for me to have a better education and providing for me and also herself. Traveling to Belgium and Sierra Leone was a good experience, and I’m glad my mom took me. Learn who I am as a person and what I want to do in my life. This inspiring me a lot because my mom was able to do things on her own with not much too even care for herself and also never giving up. Learn if you put your mind to it, it will surely happen. Was tough for my mom to bring us both to American. Form Sierra Leone, Belgium, London and coming back to Belgium and finally ending up in …show more content…

I was so excited and looking forward. The experience I had impacted me as a person and changed the way I look at things. Traveling to Sierra Leone & Belgium is the most exciting, exhilarating, expensive and worthwhile adventure anyone can experience because I learned my family background, history of Sierra Leone & Belgium and also won’t forget the fun activity I did there. I was excited when we boarded our flights at the BWI and arrive at both destination safely. In Sierra Leone went on a shopping spree and saw the cotton tree which is the most influential in Sierra Leone. What I learned is that the trees are a subcultural symbol that represent peace. The background history was a resting place for slaves when they arrived in Sierra Leone in 1700’s. They rested and prayed underneath the shade of the tree. People currently gather there for peace for their community. I also spent the rest of my day at the beach with some family members and friends whom I hadn’t seen for a long time. It was very sunny and the beach was crowded, filled with people of different ages, enjoying the beautiful natural resources of their

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