My journey to Paris from Rome began at about 7:00am when I went down to Tuscolana to board a train to Fiumicino airport. I did the 10 minutes walk from my hotel to the train station. As usual, you would be told “it’s about 10 mins walk so no need for a bus or cab”. By the […]
I remember many years ago, while in secondary school, we had what was called “slum books” (could have been christened something else now) and I’d fill the column that had “favorite place/country” with BAHAMAS. No I hadn’t been there, but I had to “fake it till I made it” Lol. Many years after, I’ve […]
We have compiled a list of Visa free Countries for Nigerians and details of activities and top attractions to explore in these destinations. Barbados: Barbados is an island in the Caribbean and is ranked as a leading tourist destination. It lies on the boundary of the South American and the Caribbean Plates. Visa is not required […]
I have started this series on general visa enquiries to discuss the common challenges the average Nigerian faces when making visa applications in Nigeria and the steps for a successful visa application. My contribution is based on my personal experiences and that of people close to me and some information I will be sharing on this […]
The holiday was a long awaited one and we were looking forward to it. I had never been to Asia, even though the boo had been to a few places, Thailand was new for us both. We flew 11 hours from London Heathrow to Hong Kong and 3 hours from Hong Kong to Bangkok. I […]
Valentine’s Day is celebrated in many countries of the world. What better time to get outside your bubble and travel to a new destination with your significant other, as a gesture of love and appreciation. I have put together some romantic destinations across West Africa where you can create beautiful memories.
I have been travelling a lot lately for business. This time, I decided to try something different by undertaking an INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTARY WORK with Crossroads Foundation, a non-governmental organization in Hong Kong, China. My mum and I, arrived Hong Kong and we were hosted by a lovely Cameroonian lady married to a Nigerian man.
They say “home is where the heart is.” This saying can never be truer. As a Naija (Nigerian) boy living the American Dream, I remain a son of the soil at heart and always find it liberating whenever I visit my hometown. I had the brief opportunity to go home in December 2015. Unlike many other […]