ESCAPE THROUGH TRAVEL & PHOTOGRAPHY
The city of Paro is the landing point for most tourists into the country of Bhutan. It straddles the paro chhu river and is surrounded by farms and fields of rice. Perched… Continue Reading
A few days ago, a friend of mine asked me a very interesting question. He said, “I have one day in Beijing. What should I do?” At first I was… Continue Reading
The cultural center of Japan is Kyoto, filled with fascinating temples, manicured gardens, and exotic Geishas. Kyoto means “Capital City” and was one of the original imperial capitals of Japan. The… Continue Reading
One of the most amazing places in the world, Petra can easily be reached from Eilat, Israel without the help of a tour company. The border to Jordan is only… Continue Reading
If you are visiting Los Angeles you need to go take pictures of Venice Beach especially along it’s boardwalk. You will be charmed, shocked and intrigued by the unique personalities, bizarre situations and classic… Continue Reading
Now is a good time to visit Tibet the restrictions have been loosened and solo travelers can enter without a group permit. These are the top 10 tourist attractions in… Continue Reading
I consider myself to be a Travel Escape Artist—escape because I leave everyday life behind to travel the world; and artist as I have mastered the “art” of escaping from the everyday…
I have traveled to remote countries from Bhutan through India and into northern Russia. This travel gear guide is my personal recommendation based on my travel experiences over the past twenty-five years.
My travel gear guide features backpacks, cameras, tripods and packing accessories I researched, tried and use in my own travel escapes.