BonSoir Ouidah! This is the second part of a three part series. The first part being from Lagos to Grand Popo which can be seen here   Grand Popo to Ouidah: Check out time was 12:00 pm and we had initially discussed with the manager of the hotel to get us a taxi taking us…

This is the first of a 3 part series as giving full details about the whole trip in one post will be very untidy, so here goes! First things first, I have been off the blogging radar for a minute now and its solely because work wants to kill your girl. I was lucky enough…

A couple of friends went hiking at Ado awaye and I was so excited and jealous because they were having so much fun, so I decided I wanted to go too. I put up a message on all my social media channels and got a couple of responses and a whatsapp group was created. Fast forward,…

I had to help my friend get a Police Clearance Certificate in Nigeria. She’d lived in Naij for some time and needed to show proof that she was not a nuisance while residing here. I’m usually very skeptical of information I read online especially when dealing with Nigerian organizations, so when I came across this…

While we were deciding whether to compare supermarkets in lekki, a friend of the blog mentioned that it’s hard to find decent and affordable lunch in Lekki. And that’s how this post on cheap restaurants in Lekki came about…thanks Dario! As a side note, if you’re not already following us on instagram, click here to do so now…

What’s an event without small chops?   If you’re planning an event and do not have intentions of providing small chops, pleaseeee, I take God beg you, don’t bother inviting me! I take my chops that seriously ??? First of all, what are small chops? For those who aren’t familiar, these are finger foods which are…

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Some people are flying. Other people are crawling, laughing derisively at the notion that flight is possible. What I am about to share is a small case in point about how Nigeria and Africa in general suffer from a scarcity of ideas. Over the past 24 months, the Naira has depreciated by roughly 80%, leading…

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