Daycation | How To Spend The Day in Ibadan

2 thoughts on “Daycation | How To Spend The Day in Ibadan”

  1. Great way to spend the day in Ibadan. Agodi would have been a great way to end it but for time. Haven’t been to Mapo hall but would love to. Surprised they don’t have a fixed price. Is is supposed to be free entry (officially)?

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    1. I honestly think it’s meant to be free, except you’re having an event in the hall.

      Once a group of touristy looking people get there, vultures just descend and give you stories on how you’re meant to write a letter to get permission to tour the property which in my opinion is just code for ‘pay us to show you round’.

      I did manage to get the number of the guy that took us round though so if you ever do get around to it, I can give it to you.

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