I met Kufre at a mutual friend’s wedding in New Rochelle, New York where he was one of the groomsmen and I was a guest.
Prior to this meeting, a mutual friend had introduced us and we spoke once over phone. We didn’t meet and I forgot he even existed.
As fate would have it, we met, this time in person. 🙂
When was the last time you did something for the first time?
So, I’m in Seychelles for a summer vacation with the ladies and it is Day 3 of our trip. We had drawn up our itinerary for the entire trip with a few last minute re-adjustments.
Wakaholic Adventure 2017 is finally here and we are excited to share our travel story with you.
We traveled from Lagos, Nigeria on Kenya Airways, spent a night in Nairobi- Kenya and left for Seychelles the next day. We arrived the beautiful Island of Mahe, Seychelles in the evening- it was a 3 hour flight from Nairobi.
What is the funniest, annoying or most embarrassing thing that happened to you while travelling in a foreign country?
I boarded my flight from Kigali to Lagos and while boarding, I thought it’d be great to do a flight review of RwandAir with a photo of me and the RwandAir Logo behind.
So I allowed everyone else board and then walked up to the hostesses by the door and told them I wanted to take a photo. They allowed me and after watching me struggle to get a good selfie with the logo, one hostess offered to help.
It was my birth-month and i found various ways to be supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. I spent a day in La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort, a private resort tucked away in a serene environment on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in Ibeju-Lekki area of Lagos State, Nigeria.
Birthdays do call for sober reflection. A few days to my birthday I always spend some time alone to reflect on the achievements of the past year(s) as well as my goals for the year(s) to come and this year isn’t different.
I started traveling the world in 2010. Prior to this, I was obsessed about traveling the world and would explore images of stunning destinations and wish I could afford to travel to those places (I still do). I was a rookie then, barely 3 years at the bar and still had academic pursuits ahead of me, therefore traveling around the world appeared impossible at the time. I simply thought I could not afford to travel.
It was lunch time in Lagos, Nigeria and I had this delicious Seafood Okro Soup with Poundo Yam at Lydia’s Place, Victoria Island, Lagos.