There is a charming little lake that is so powerful it is believed that whatever prayer is made with its waters will yield supernatural results. It is large, clear, neat and holds spiritual significance. It is also important as people with fertility issues go there to pray. Rituals are carried out, and whatever food isn’t finished … Continue reading The Suspended Lake
Yes people, this is me giving you History 101. Do you know the orisas of Yoruba land? The spirits your forefathers revered a long time ago. These are things that you don’t learn in classrooms anymore. I went to Osun State, and saw a statue at the Osun Grove that was meant to represent the … Continue reading The Orisas are to Blame!
You’re at The Thought Pyramid Art Centre checking out its awesomeness, or you’re taking classes there and you realise you’re hungry. Why not check out Spice Platter? It is in the same compound as the art gallery and so there’s no need to leave the area in search of something to eat. My friend had her … Continue reading Restaurant of the Week – Spice Platter
So this might be coincidental, but you know how pyramids are in Egypt, and the history of education has roots in Egypt too? Could that be what they thought of when naming this art gallery? Thought Pyramid Art centre is a contemporary art gallery that can be found in Abuja. 18 Libreville Street, Off Aminu Kano Crescent, … Continue reading Thought Pyramid Art Centre
‘I was going to ask you how you finance all these explorations, your salary will not last two weeks’ A friend said that to me and it’s the inspiration for the post. I’ll let you in on a little secret! Yes tourism can be expensive, BUT there are quite a number of tourist attractions in Nigeria that … Continue reading Affordable Tourism
It’s Father’s dayyy!!!! You know I have to start out by saying happy father’s day to my daddy (he’s also UN’s daddy too. lol). I know you’re reading this :). Happy father’s day, you’re the best and I love you. So since it’s father’s day, I decided to put up a post on 5 things to … Continue reading Fathers Day Activities
During my recent trip to Abuja, I decided to have a look at BluCabana which was a guest entry post a while back. If you haven’t read it yet, check it out. Since the post concentrated on the dining experience, this is a quick post just to mention some other things available that weren’t touched on. 1. They have … Continue reading Blu Cabana Update