Surviving Long Road Trips

If there’s one thing I’m an expert on at this point, it’s LONG road trips. I just recently took a 12 hour drive alone from Atlanta, GA to Fort Worth, TX for the 150th time. I am not a fan, especially all those hours driving alone, but it’s the most economic and time sensitive way…

Cheap Trips From Kathmandu

If you’re a repeat clicker on the Cheap Trips series, you can skip this paragraph! If you’re new, here’s what the Cheap Trips are all about! Every month, I pick a city where I have a generous amounts of fans on my Facebook or Instagram accounts and find that city a cheap trip idea! Why?…

A Day In Chicago

There’s cities you hear about all your life for various reasons. Paris, London, Rome, Beijing, Manila, Rio de Janeiro, Calcutta, Cairo… all places I thought about and imagined going to. When I think of the US, New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago pop up first. I’ve technically been to the 2 former… Chicago wasn’t…

A Day In Washington D.C.

In 2018, there were 22 million visitors to Washington D.C. – from the USA, alone! So, with that many people visiting, you know there’s plenty to see and do in the nation’s capital. While there’s no shortage of activities, there is a strain on time due to the incessant traffic. Thinking about visiting? Here’s a…

A Weekend In St. Augustine

Located conveniently on the Atlantic side of northern Florida, St. Augustine is a great spot to take in some ocean and learn a few things about US history. Here, I provide you with a fun-filled few days of St. Augustine that includes prices for your convenience. Let’s go! Day 1 – St. Augustine Beach, Anastasia…

Unique Georgia Travel Spots

You might know my hometown of Atlanta, Georgia, USA from the 1996 Olympic Games that we hosted. That’s the same games where there was a bombing and gymnast Kerri Strug famously injured her ankle during a vault routine. Atlanta is also home to many famous hip-hop stars and major league teams such as Falcons, Braves,…

Brief Culinary Journey Of Paris

Before going to Paris, I could only fantasize about the delicious food I’d get when I arrived. Now, I’m here to share a real world take on what the food is like and how to eat on a budget, for the most part. 😉 *French Tip: ordering in French is easier than you think. A key phrase…

A Weekend In Chattanooga

Less than 2 hours from Atlanta or Nashville, a very budget and tourist friendly place to visit resides in the south east corner of Tennessee called Chattanooga. Surrounded by the Appalachians, Chattanooga is probably most notable for the mountain that towers over the city. Most notable about the mountain, aside from the attractions, would be…

Sampler Guide To Paris

There’s a good reason my word for Paris is opulence. Every building, every meal, every statue is to the max and there’s so much! I was told there was no way I could see all I wanted in 3 days. Here, I detail how I did so you can too! This guide details how to…

Covered Bridges of Atlanta

Bridges of Madison County inspired post! Okay, so it’s not Bridges of Fulton County, because that would be inaccurate for our purposes, but you get the gist. Covered bridges inspire romanticism, as seen in classic film mentioned in the first line, but also perform(ed) a necessary function. Some of these bridges are a testament to…