Discovering Lafiaji beach was a case of serendipity. My boyfriend and I were thinking of going to a popular beach to hang out and I heard about Lafiaji beach from a friend who had a friend that wanted to visit the place. I was able to get an address and we both decided to visit… Continue reading Lafiaji Beach – (Outdoor Date)
Compliments of the season!🎄🎊 I am trusting every single one of you is having a blast this period. Christmas for me is usually a good time to merry and hang out with friends and family, which of course, comes with the stress of shopping, cooking and trying to get ahead of other commuters who are… Continue reading My First Time At Tarkwa Bay Beach🏝
I still haven't recovered from the beauty of this place. Nike Art Gallery is an art gallery in Lagos owned by Nike Davies-Okundaye. The gallery is arguably the largest of its kind in West Africa. Housed in a five-storey regal building, it boasts a collection of about 8,000 diverse artworks from various Nigerian artists. I… Continue reading Nike Art Gallery
It's that time of the year where the rain hangs about the place, like a friendly ghost. If it's not coming down in delicate droplets, then it's in buckets; and if neither, it tends to lurk suspiciously in the atmosphere. No one knows when it is going to shower down and everyone seems to be… Continue reading It’s Raining!
'Owambe' is a yoruba word that loosely means 'it's here' to connote something is happening here. The word has fast become a street slang in Nigeria to mean a wedding party. Wedding parties in Nigeria are generally slated for Saturdays and yesterday I had a nice time at an acquaintance's wedding. The main reason I… Continue reading Owambe 🎀
I have been dying to write about this for weeks, but I decided to put it on hold to concentrate on my 30-day writing challenge which lasted throughout the month of June. The challenge was a success by the way, and I am glad to be back on track writing about my personal tales. So… Continue reading Rewind — Durbar Festival
Her beauty is a sight to behold, and her diverse children share a common dedication. Today's prompt is a task to market your country as a tourism ambassador. Day 17: Nigeria is one of the 16 countries that make up West Africa. With over 250 ethnic groups and languages, the country is home to over… Continue reading My Country, Nigeria.
My NYSC journey was like boarding a train to God-knows-where and preparing to experience God-knows-what. Initially, I just wanted to sit by the window with my earphones plugged in and a book in hand, not minding other commuters till I got off. Then it dawned on me, there was clearly no use embarking on a… Continue reading My Favourite Commuters💛
I have made a previous post about market days in this little community where I live. You can check out my previous post here👇 >>>>It's Market Day 1.<<<< As we all know, shopping for groceries comes with the inevitable issue of bringing home excess nylon bags we don't need, which eventually ends up in garbage… Continue reading It’s Market Day II
My Easter holiday lasted about a month, I was so eager to spend time with loved ones, so I finished what I had to do in Niger state in order to head to Lagos. I had an amazing time I must say. Highlights of my holiday 1. A fun outing with my niblings💛 2. I… Continue reading Good to be back🌼