So you’re in Nigeria and you don’t want to break the bank to eat. You would rather spend your money on Freedom Park or Lekki Conservation Centre instead of eating at Yellow Chilli or Golden Eagles Spur. Maybe you’re just downright broke, but ‘man must chop!’ What do you do? This quick post is just … Continue reading Eating on a budget!
So you have a boring Saturday and can’t quite figure out what to do with it. Why not grab a couple of friends (or enemies as the case may be), and head to Freedom Park on Broad Street? Great part is you get to relax on prison grounds and walk out whenever you like. I … Continue reading Whats so free about Freedom Park?
I’m a sucker for things that are aesthetically pretty and also don’t disappoint. This is where Maison Fahrenheit comes in. Dare I say, it’s the prettiest hotel I’ve seen in Lagos so far. If you’ve see prettier, please feel free to prove me wrong. I walked in and thought ‘someone stole my hotel’. Maison Fahrenheit … Continue reading Maison Fahrenheit
Today’s restaurant of the week takes us to a Chinese restaurant that goes by the name Zenith Water Margin. Zenith Water Margin is a little restaurant that can be found on the busy streets of Adeniran Ogunsanya, Surulere, Lagos. I drive past it everyday, so it was only right that I finally went in and … Continue reading Restaurant of the Week – Zenith Water Margin
I got to sit down with Mummy Nike, the owner and curator of the Nike Art Gallery and learnt a few things about her journey. See below for the video and enjoy. I also included pictures of some awards she’s received and some knick knacks for sale which weren’t included in previous posts. Some highlights … Continue reading The Woman Behind the Gallery – Mummy Nike
Remember when I said Nike Art Gallery is amazing? Here’s a quick to post to show you another reason why. They have a cafe which I showed here and a clothing store also called the wearable art gallery. It is owned by Queen Ahneva Ahneva (so good she had to say it twice), while the cafe is jointly owned … Continue reading The Wearable Art Gallery & A Cafe
If you got the chance to stand in the exact spot history was made, would you take it? I bet you would. You would at least want to see where history took place. I did, and I tell you it was something. I have always wondered how our independence day played out in 1960. I … Continue reading Tafawa Balewa Square