This quote is often met with mixed reactions, especially from people who do not travel. Howbeit, if you have traveled as much as I have, you will agree that Paulo Coelho nailed it in this quote. Traveling often begins with the courage to try. The courage to sacrifice other things you want for your travel goals. […]
I cannot stress enough the importance of taking some time away from your regular lives to relax, unwind and refresh. It has physical and psychological health benefits. It can help lower your stress level, reduce the risk of heart disease and motivate you to achieve your goals. With this in mind, we planned a summer weekend trip to […]
In June/July 2018, I took a total of 6 flights on Emirates Airline, from Africa to Asia, North America and back to Africa. Emirates has been portrayed as one of the top airlines mostly for their comfortable cabins and service. Here is my review of flying Emirates Airline.
The Maldives was definitely on my bucket list. Dreaming of the overwater bungalows, white sand beaches, and seaplanes gave me life. It was my idea of the perfect honeymoon destination. However, the Maldives is not just a destination for honeymooners. It is fast becoming a destination you can visit on a budget and explore on […]
Leaving Cancun, Mexico was one of the most heartbreaking experiences of 2018. I didn’t get enough of the city and wasn’t ready to leave.
Wakaholic Adventure 2018 finally kicked off and we are happy to share our story. Every year, we elect ‘bucket list’ destinations, explore these places together, create memories and share our travel experiences. Last year, we explored the Seychelles Islands and shared our experience to help you plan your trip to Seychelles. If you missed it, […]
It was my second visit to the quiet little town of Epe in Lagos State, Nigeria, and this time, I was exploring Jubilee Chalets Epe. Jubilee Chalets Epe is sited near the popular Epe Fish Market, overlooking the Lagos Lagoon. It is located 55mins away from the 2nd Lekki Toll Gate (by Chevron), 2 hours from […]
Lagos, the city we hate to love!!! “Eko” as it is fondly called by Lagosians is located in south-west Nigeria and has a population of over 17.5 million inhabitants. It is the commercial capital of Nigeria and is known for its beaches, music, arts, and nightlife.