I spent a night in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel and holy city of the three monotheistic religions. Click here to read about my brief but busy sightseeing blitz.
I visited the heated city of Hebron in the southern West Bank, which contains the tomb of Abraham and his family. Click here to read about my day in this most troubled place.
I visited the birthplace of Jesus and stayed in an Airbnb in a refugee camp. Click here to read about my insightful day in Bethlehem, Palestine.
I ventured to the northern edge of Maine where French is spoken. There, I met some of the nicest people. Click here to read about my off-beat day in Presque Isle.
I took a very adventurous 2 day tour with an African touring legend to hike and meet tribes in southern Togo. Click here to read about this incredible journey.
I visited Lome, the capital of the tiny west African country of Togo. This is the heart of voodoo. I visited the grisly voodoo fetish market and bought fetishes from a priest.
I spent a day visiting Salem Massachusetts aka the Witch City and one of the oldest towns in the USA. Salem is a fantastic destination with so many attractions beyond just witch stuff. Click here to read about my trip.
I ventured up to the western edge of Massachusetts for a hotel’s grand opening party and a weekend of sightseeing. Click here to read about the amazing Berkshires.
I spent one night on Providenciales, the most populous island in Turks and Caicos. The highlight was the turquoise water, but I also saw friends and got a glimpse into the islands´ unique culture and cost structure. Click here to read more about Turks and Caicos.
I took a ferry to the New Jersey and discovered a nude beach! Click here to read about my surprisingly positive experience.