Daily visits to Jerusalem’s Mahane Yehuda Market revealed a city that can rock – and religion isn’t always playing center stage.
Archive for ‘Asia’
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.
Few destinations combine culture, cuisine, and spiritual rejuvenation like Indonesian’s exotic Hindu isle.
Kamakura: A past preserved
A former capital quietly preserves its antique treasures while serving as a refuge from the frenetic world outside its borders.
Faces of India
It is impossible to capture all the color and diversity of India, but it is everywhere and a highlight of any trip to the region.