I’m going to start of by saying The National Museum can do so much more. I went there with very high expectations, most of which were dashed. Located in Onikan, Lagos, the National Museum has collections which cut across archaeology, tradition, arts & crafts etc. While I won’t take away that some of the things … Continue reading The National Museum
On today’s episode, we talk about how superstition affects tourism. Listen in & enjoy. Don’t forget, if you’re on twitter, you can also tweet at us and let us know your thoughts and use the hashtag #UMOT *We’ll also work on keeping the podcasts as short as possible. Continue reading Unofficial Ministry of Tourism – Superstitions & Tourism
When you go to Morocco, one of the things on your to do list is to visit a Moroccan hammam. Apparently you would be crazy to go to Morocco and not get one. A hammam is a hot steam bath followed by a massage, but not as straight forward as it sounds. The end product of … Continue reading Spa Day
Who knew there was a chicken and waffles place in Nigeria? Definitely not me. A friend told me about it and I figured trying them wouldn’t hurt. The restaurant has a diner setting and is quite tiny, so there’s not a lot of space to eat in. The owner however told me they would be moving … Continue reading Restaurant of The Week – Micos Chicken & Waffles
Hey everyone, welcome to the first Unofficial Ministry of Tourism Podcast. I hope you enjoy it. Let me know what you think or topics you would like discussed in the comments section. A podcast will go up here every Saturday Morning and you can join the discussion on twitter by using the hashtag #UMOT. Continue reading Unofficial Ministry of Tourism; Episode 00
Happy New Year everyone. I can’t believe 2016 is here already. 2015 was such an amazing year and it flew by so quickly. A lot happened last year, from organising tours to appearing in the newspaper twice. I’m incredibly proud of what was achieved and I want to say thank you to everyone who reads … Continue reading Hello 2016!