Compare and contrast is pretty much going to be comparisons between Nigerian tourist destinations and it’s foreign counterparts. It’ll show how they are similar but different and at the end show what they can learn from each other. You can call it the battle of tour sites if you want. 🙂 We’ll start with the International Airports … Continue reading Compare & Contrast – LHR vs MMIA
MH Sarkis contacted me on instagram about her art exhibition which held at the Quintessence art shop and I thought why not? Unravel the art shop and see an exhibition at the same time. Sounded like a great deal to me. MH Sarkis is a Lebanese artist who grew up in Lagos and has … Continue reading Art Exhibition at Quintessence
It’s almost Valentine’s day and while we all know what the day is about, I think we’re being a little bit selfish to the singletons out there. Tired of reading all the posts telling couples what to do this vals day weekend? Don’t worry, no one is going to laugh at you if they see … Continue reading Baeless? We gatchu!
I’ve mentioned it here before that every time my friend comes into the country, we go restaurant hunting and this trip was no different. This time we tried out Rodizzio in Ikeja. I’ll start by saying DO NOT order their cranberry juice. The pack said cranberry juice but it was something else inside. It didn’t … Continue reading Restaurant of the week – Rodizzio
Today, Funbi tells us about her trip to the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Ibadan. I’m particularly delighted she’s writing because she came along for the Kajuru Castle tour. Unfortunately, IITA doesn’t allow you onto its premises for tours except you’re a check in guest or a visitor of a guest. 2015 was an … Continue reading ‘Daycation’ at IITA with @theFunbi
Ayo is back again and this time we talk on places to visit around the country. Also our first tour for the year is coming up. See the poster below and send us an email if you’re interested. Continue reading Unofficial Ministry of Tourism – Places of interest
There’s nothing humans like more than free stuff and N20 to see a couple of art works is pretty much the same as a freebie. Yes I wrote N20 and I was just as shocked as some of you might be when I was told that was the fee to enter one of the exhibition … Continue reading Greetings from the National Theatre