Hey guys, so I’m here with ‘From the Horse’s mouth’. I will ask various people a couple of questions about the different states in the country that they live or have lived in (They choose which they want to speak on). They’ll give advice on living there, and you can hear what they think about … Continue reading From the Horse’s mouth – Abuja
Another good way to learn about a country is to read every sort of literature based on that country, especially for those who love to read. You get to see various points of views of the country, its people and lifestyles from different authors. We have a lot of Nigerian authors whose books based on … Continue reading Literature of the week
What’s the one thing tourists like to do apart from checking out landmarks and various attractions? Chill out!! Tourists are very big on checking out the night life, lounges, bars etc available in various countries. I gotta tell you, the night life/entertainment life in Nigeria is like no other. Nigerians are very happy by nature, … Continue reading Let’s hang out
Hey guys, so I have decided to add another segment to this blog. Actually a lot of segments will be added as time goes by, so watch out for that. Today, It’s going to be ‘PICTURE OF THE DAY’. This is where a picture of a landmark, tourist site, building, food or anything interesting relating … Continue reading Picture of the day!
Since I live in Lagos, it was only right that I started my tourist life here. So after some research, I decided to start with Lekki Conservation Centre (LCC). Lekki Conservation Centre is a conservation project site which is dedicated to preserving and protecting wildlife and nature. It is situated in the Eti-Osa local government area of Lekki, … Continue reading How conservative are you?
When I was in school, I remember going on excursions and being so excited. I was in boarding school so most of the excitement really was just about getting to leave. Now that I think back, all these places we went to: Olumo rock, Idanre Hills, Erin Ijesha waterfalls etc., although historical, would also double … Continue reading Nigeria