Daily visits to Jerusalem’s Mahane Yehuda Market revealed a city that can rock – and religion isn’t always playing center stage.
Patrick JohnstonI am a writer and travel photographer currently living in the United States. My roots are in Africa (a bit), Jamaica (a bit more), and North America (mostly). I began my career in Japan, lived in Hawaii for several years and have been living in the Washington, DC area for more than a decade since then.
No martinis for Mount of Olives ascent
A steamy climb to the top of the storied mount was rich in history and light on rewards.
The comforts of a trip to Masada soften the edges of its harsh environment and dark past.
Unrelenting heat was not going to stand in the way of my first day in Jerusalem’s Old City.
A late night arrival in Tel Aviv had plenty of surprises and no shortage of drama.
Abundant, unfiltered hospitality highlighted a visit to Brazil’s Beautiful Isle.
Sao Paulo Landing
Bustling Sao Paulo is not easy on the senses but there is rarely a dull moment walking its vibrant streets.
A well-run rail system offers visitors an opportunity to easily take in Morocco’s countless cultural and sensory delights.
How to Ruthlessly Edit Your Photos
Some great advice for travel bloggers.
A small Washington town reminded me that the chaos, tension, and uncertainty of the times doesn’t have to be the norm
Swap your L.L. Beans for lederhosen and dirndl frocks when visiting Washington State’s picturesque Leavenworth
An Olympic Odyssey
No amount of traffic or rain could dampen the the impact of a visit to Washington’s Olympic peninsula.