Author Archives: Krista

Summer Weekend in Lake George, NY

Weekend in Lake George, NY

This post “Summer Weekend in Lake George, NY” is not sponsored but contains some affiliate links. For more information on the sponsored post and/or affiliate link policy, click here. During these questionable times, I always encourage doing what works best for you and your family when it comes to travel. If you decide to travel make […]

How to Spend a Romantic Weekend in New Orleans

How to Spend a Romantic Weekend in New Orleans

New Orleans is a great destination for lovers, friends, singles, new experiences, and my version of an Urban Paris. Every time I visit New Orleans, I learn and eat something new and feel like I am exactly where I need to be in life without breaking the bank. In addition to having something for everyone, […]

A Guide to Visiting Cartagena in 4 Days

This post “A Guide to Visiting Cartagena in 4 Days” is not sponsored, but contain some affiliate links. For more information on the sponsored post and/or affiliate link policy, please click here. Back in 2016, I did a solo trip to Cartagena and although the city was beautiful and full of culture, I had mixed feelings […]

Luxe for Less: Visiting Turks and Caicos on a Budget

Visiting Turks and Caicos on a Budget

Although I have traveled to many British, French, and Dutch Caribbean visiting Turks and Caicos has been on my vision board since 2014. I am a single, middle-income Brooklyn-saver who is not willing to pay over $700 for any trip…EVER! I’m a believer in affordable island vacations and waited over 3 years for a flight deal […]

A Thrifty Black Girl’s Solo Trip to Iceland on a Budget

If you haven’t noticed via Instagram, my cousin Krista is my favorite travel buddy. We’ve traveled to at least five countries together on flight deals and a budget. Over the summer she found a cheap flight to Iceland, but due to my long trips to Mexico and Morocco, I had to sit this one out. After […]

How to Apply for an Indian e-Visa in 7 Easy Steps

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Did you know that unless you’re a citizen of Nepal or Bhutan, you need a Visa to visit India? Since taking the DNA test with Ancestry, I’ve made it a mission to visit the countries listed in my DNA results. My cousin Krista will be traveling to India (aka our other motherland) solo and today […]

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