Cat and Luke Unravel Nigeria 

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Cat and Luke have never been to Africa but decided to choose Nigeria as their holiday destination. They reached out to us to help them with their tour plans and we were very… Continue reading

We Went, Saw & Conquered

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  As you all know, we took a road trip to Ikogosi and Arinta Falls and it was amazing. As usual, the bus was filled with lots of conversations, games, snacks etc. After… Continue reading

Literature of the Month – African Writers Series

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What do you get when you throw in greats like Chinua Achebe, Cyprian Ekwensi, Steve Biko and many more great African Writers? Over 200 works of literary excellence. The African Writers Series was… Continue reading

Nigerians And Their Stories

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I want to join the army so I can fight Boko Haram. The next time you come, I don’t pray to be here. I want to be serving my country and protecting it.… Continue reading

Tee Off | IBB International Golf & Country Club

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    Rumor has it that on Aso Drive, sits a golf course measuring up to 101 hectares with one of the biggest driving ranges in Africa.  With various lakes and ponds which serve as… Continue reading

Feedback | Time and Money Well Spent

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This should have gone out with our recap post of last week, but I just put them together. Please read the feedback from the trip to the waterfalls. Unfortunately my return guests blatantly… Continue reading

Stained Kaftans at Amala Place| A Bukka Experience

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That awkward moment when you go to a mama putt, stand in line, collect your food and then spill your soup on the gentleman standing next to you wearing white a kaftan. This… Continue reading

Chasing Waterfalls | Erin – Ijesha Recap

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Over the weekend, we had our tour to Erin-Ijesha Waterfalls in Osun State and I’m happy to say it went very well I have written on Erin-Ijesha (click here), so this post is… Continue reading

Fountain of Knowledge Beckons…

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Have you seen what’s going on with Forex in the country? Indulge in exploring Nigeria because it’s definitely cheaper on your pocket. Next month (yes I know I just finished one trip), we… Continue reading

Nigerians and Their Stories

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Only white people know the value of the things I sell, we (Nigerians) don’t. I moved to Abuja 12 years ago. I served in Iseyin and I opened an NYSC farm there. I… Continue reading