About LindaDr. Linda Orozco was born and raised in Los Angeles. She travels extensively, and enjoys surfing & running. She believes through immersion in world cultures, customs, music, events, and language we learn the art of living with grace, appreciation, and kindness. She holds a Ph.D. in educational administration, and her career spans over 40 years of service to K-university students. She currently divides her time enjoying the amazing beauty of Rio de Janeiro. Brazil; Amalfi Coast, Italy; Waikiki, Hawaii; & her hometown of Newport Beach, California.
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As a die-hard traveler, it still amazes me that over 50% of Americans don’t have a passport. How is that possible? I am on my 4th or is it 5th passport? Old ones are saved tenderly with their stamps to … Continue reading
It’s dawn. Light is coming through the window. The only problem is it’s a window that doesn’t belong on THAT wall? So I have to tell myself to relax, breathe, and in a moment or two I’ll remember just where … Continue reading
It was love at first sight over 30 years ago- this love affair I have with the Amalfi Coast. This spectacularly beautiful place still takes my breath away. It’s been an interesting, challenging, wonderous, and scary first month settling into … Continue reading
Setting up a new (admittedly tiny) residence in a foreign country takes courage, planning and a bit (or alot) of madness. Luckily I have all three. Many asked me why I would spend my hard-earned cash on such a very … Continue reading
Minorities are now the majority in colleges & universities in three states in the US. California, New Mexico and Hawaii now report over 50% of their college-enrolled students are from minority groups. Minority college students in both California and New … Continue reading