Esther Unravels The North | Train Ride

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If you follow us on instagram, you must have seen our unraveller weaving her away around Northern Nigeria. Esther is back safely in Lagos and is prepared to tell everyone about her trip.… Continue reading

Cat & Luke Unravel Nigeria | 5 States in 4 Days – Part II

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If you haven’t read the first part, you can catch up here. *Warning – Very long post. Day 5 – Ekiti State & Ondo State After waking up early and being disappointed by the… Continue reading

Safety and Travelling | Tips

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This question comes up a lot of times. They’re usually along the lines of ‘how do you ensure you’re safe during your trips?’, ‘Aren’t you worried?’ ‘What if something happens?’ and the questions… Continue reading

Cat & Luke Unravel Nigeria | 5 States In 4 Days – Part 1

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A couple of months ago, I put up this post on Cat and Luke who decided to come and spend their summer vacation in Nigeria. We were glad they chose us to show… Continue reading

Agodi Gardens | Oke – Ado Mountain

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Where we went  Agodi Gardens – It’s a zoological garden and a botanical garden mixed in one. It also has facilities for kids, a swimming pool, donkey rides, a picnic area and more.… Continue reading

Cultural Delight | Nigerian Festivals

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Festivals are so colorful and in a country like Nigeria where there are a lot of tribes it shouldn’t come as a surprise that we have numerous festivals in the country. While some… Continue reading

Beach Day | Awolowo’s Museum

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  Reasons to visit Awolowo’s Museum and Private Beach – A museum with a private beach isn’t a combination you hear of quite often but that’s exactly what Awolowo’s Museum offers. I like… Continue reading

Picasso Picasso | Sip & Dip

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From brush strokes to mixing colours, the painting of the northern crooner is slowly brought to life, we are the next Van Gohs in the making and Paint The Night Africa helped us to harness… Continue reading

Literature of The Month | Sauna Jack

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It’s amazing and mind numbing at the same time the amount of folk lore Nigerian tribes have. In the same vein, just like the Onitsha Market Literature, different cultures have literature attributed to… Continue reading

Row Row Your Boat | Kayaking in Lagos

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  That moment when you find out you can go kayaking in Lagos and decide to go for it even though; You have no idea how to Kayak It’s Lagos and you’re not… Continue reading