Hotel Review | Rock Valley Hotel

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Located about 10-15 mins away from Idanre Hills, it’s a no brainer that The Rock Valley Hotel would be the accommodation of choice for tourists visiting the area. Recommended to us by Bids,… Continue reading

Literature Of The Month | Ireke Onibudo

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Ireke Onibudo is a Yoruba literature novel that chronicles the life of a man who shares the same name with the book. In this book, Ireke is a regular man who is searching… Continue reading

Drive in Movies | Alternative Movie Experiences

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I’m an old school girl at heart. Born in the right generation but my heart is in the 50s/60s. So when the opportunity to go to a drive in movie came up, I… Continue reading

Group Tour Etiquette | Dos and Don’ts

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Having been on a few group tours and also organising some, I have noticed a few things that would make every tour organiser oh so very confused. After a bit of research, we… Continue reading

Picnic and an outdoor movie | Weekends in Lagos

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Looking for something different to do on the weekends? Our new resident writer Mr. Pratt has recently discovered a gem that both visitors and Lagos residents can do. We’re sure you’ll love  it. There… Continue reading

Finding Nemo | Fishing Lessons

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Siting in a canoe, music playing and waiting for a tug at the worm on your fishing pole is a ‘foreign’ picture for most Nigerians. Fishing as an occupation is quite famous here… Continue reading

Do Foreigners Visit Nigeria For Tourism Purposes? | Through Our Eyes

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‘Through Our Eyes‘ is a travel vlog by my travel sisters that discusses all things travel the way they see it. It features Fola of Fola’s Waka, Amarachi of Travel With A Pen… Continue reading

Restaurant Of The Week | Caffe Tranche

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Today’s post come courtesy of Mr. Pratt. Read enjoy and get inspired to dine there with all that greenery and light. I have three loves of my life, my adorable boxer pup, flowers/plants… Continue reading

Climb Every Mountain | Mount Patti

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The name Nigeria was coined in Lokoja when Lord Luggard’s wife (Flora Shaw) was looking at River Niger. In Lokoja also sits the first residence and house of Lord Luggard when he got… Continue reading

Culture Trip | The Gbayis

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Somewhere in Northern Nigeria is a tribe where it is forbidden for women to carry anything on their heads even while hawking. Buckets, wares and more have to be carried on the shoulders.… Continue reading