This post is a collection of photos I took in the sky over the past two years.Read More
Hi, I hope you had a great weekend and you’re ready for this new week and all it brings. Like I mentioned in my last travel post, I visited Winnipeg recently. I had so much fun doing the fun or not facts post when I visited Kenya so I had to do one for Winnipeg, Manitoba.Read More
Hi guys, welcome to a new week. I had a great time last week because I was on holiday. I visited Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada for my sister’s graduation, so expect a few travel posts about my time there. I was only in Canada for a week( I know, short right?!) so I tried to […]Read More
Nairobi City Market is the city’s main souvenir market and it’s right in the centre of the city. The market stocks a variety of goods and is popular for both locals and tourists alike so you feel welcome and comfortable.Read More
Due to popular demand on my last travel post, you can read it here if you haven’t, I shared my experience at The Snake Park. On my last day in Nairobi, I visited The Nairobi National Museum and The Snake Park. The two tourist attractions are inside the same environs and if you decide to […]Read More
Kenya is one of the most popular countries in Africa and if you didn’t know why it’s because of it’s wild life. People that love and wish to see an array of animals always have Kenya on their list. I paid for a full day tour specifically for this purpose when I was planning my […]Read More
I visited Nairobi, Kenya for a few days last week and I had such an amazing time, I could hardly wait to share my holiday with you all.
1.) It Gets Cold!!!
2.) Shoe Shining is a Big Deal
3.) If You Can’t Bargain, You Will Be Cheated
I visited the eastern part of Nigeria for the first time ever in April! My brother was invited to Anambra State by his friend for his sister’s wedding. He wasn’t going to go but I convinced him to by offering myself as his plus one. I thought it will be an opportunity for me to […]Read More
If you are on my snapchat, you will know I visited Abeokuta, Ogun State for a friend’s wedding last weekend. Abeokuta means under a stone literally or Rock City and just like the name implies, this city is covered with rocks. Abeokuta is an hour and forty-five minutes journey from Lagos State where I live. […]Read More