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Road trip from Lagos to Cotonou
After my trip to Cotonuo, most of you wanted a total cost breakdown of my trip to help you plan your trip to Cotonuo, Benin Republic, who am I not to provide you with all the details you need? Since I have extensively written about my experiences; day 1, day 2 and day 3 in Cotonuo, this post is a...
Fidjrosse beach, Cotonuo
Day 1 & Day 2 in Cotonuo was amazing, day 3 was nothing short of the same. Our initial travel plan was to visit Quidah but when the day came we decided to scrap that and instead see more of Cotonuo. I am glad we made that decision because, that leaves something for me to look forward to when visiting...
bab's dock
Day 2 in Cotonou started a little different from Day 1 which was spent mostly on the road; it was my birthday, we paid a visit to Bab’s Dock, and went night clubbing. I know that seems like a lot, so allow me break it down and explain how we were able to achieve that in one day. The day started...
cotonuo from Lagos
Last year, I made a promise to myself that I wasn’t going to celebrate my 24th birthday in Nigeria and this year, to celebrate turning 24th on the 2nd of April, I traveled to Cotonou from Lagos by Road.My first international trip, whooooppppsss…. watch video here.Making this happen should be whole post on its own, bruh, I spent months...
airbnb apartment in cotonou
While researching and planning for my trip to Cotonou, I had two options for accommodation, an airbnb apartment in Cotonou or booking a hotel via Bookings.com. These options were most popular amongst travel enthusiast on Instagram hence I settled to choose a place to stay on either of them.The first choice was staying at a hotel, in my opinion...
visit to bab's dock
Whoops, I am a 24 years old woman. Me??!! Didn’t I just clock 20 the other day, how am I 24 now? I still can’t believe it and sometimes it feels unreal, sometimes I even feel anxious that I am growing old but in this moment, I am grateful and excited to be 24. Turning 24 for me signifies ‘Becoming...
Lagos living
A Friday night at Art Cafe, Victoria Island was definitely what I needed to get me out of my recent rot and sadness, plus I haven’t done a Lagos living kind of post in a while so why not. Heard about the Art Cafe from a colleague in-charge of planning our quarterly team bonding activity to wrap up the 1st quarter...
yellow card
While planning a trip outside Nigeria last year, I discovered the Yellow Card was another important document for travelers, especially for those traveling within Africa beside International passport and visa. Since it was a vaccine, my first thought was I could get it from any health point, alas, I was joking. The vaccine was not readily available as I thought...
Netflix
These past weeks one thing I have consistently done is watch one Netflix movie or the other. I hate to say it but it appears movies have taken over books and I am not complaining only my data feels it though. So I thought it fair to share some of the best movies I have seen on Netflix; in no...
So my post on how to start a podcast did way better than I thought. With about 3 people reaching out to tell me they had the courage to start their own Podcast after reading my post on it. Sincerely, that felt so good! Nothing makes a creative happier than when the works we create impact those who read it....