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Three perspectives on student trips abroad

September/October 2006 Issue - Westways Magazine Automobile Club of Southern California.
World Class
Three perspectives on student trips abroad
Three takes on student travel: a high schooler visits Japan,
a college student brushes up on art in Italy, and a mother reflects on her daughter's semester in Paris.

When I first entered Japan's Narita International Airport, I was amazed at the quiet.
I was traveling with 15 other teenagers from the northeastern United States; we were all in Japan to do community service for 30 days through the YMCA.
We were speaking to each other at what we thought was standard volume, but in this quiet terminal, our voices seemed loud.
The airport was also cleaner than any place we had ever seen.

After working on the farm for a few days, we returned to Utsonomiya to help clean up a huge park near the center of the nearly spotless city.

Technology aside, the people we got to know were diligent workers and the most polite people I've ever met.

Justin Forth is a senior at Weston High School in Weston, Connecticut, where he plays guitar in a funk-rock band.