The Best Interview I’ve Ever Gotten

Hey friend, Eromonsele Emmanuel here and today I have some pretty amazing news.

You see, it’s my first interview feature ever on the subject of travel blogging and my travel adventures and during this great chat with Andrew Boland (thanks Andy!) from Andy’s World Journeys, I got asked about my favourite destinations, blogging challenges and most importantly, my home country – Nigeria!!! 🇳🇬

I’m super excited to hear your thoughts on my maiden ‘travel blogger’ interview (ha!) and you can get all of that gist by clicking the link in this excerpt from Andy’s blog.

“Today’s travel blogger that I’ve interviewed is Nigerian travel blogger from Lagos, Eromonsele Emmanuel. He has a wonderful blog, with so much information for travel and life in Nigeria it’s hard to know where to start! He’s not just great at blogging, but he’s a very active member in the blogging community as well, connecting people and always around for a chat and advice. I feel privileged to have stumbled on his blog a year or more ago now.”

Interview with – Pioneering Nigerian Travel Blogger, Eromonsele Emmanuel!

Cheers and please, do continue to enjoy your day… safely. ✌

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45 Comments Add yours

  1. JAARA says:

    Awesome interview.


    1. amleta says:

      So now you still live in Nigeria? How about your everyday life? Here in Italy is very bad life with Covid. 😔


      1. Yep! I still live in Nigeria. Lagos to be precise.
        Life is very good. In fact, fantastic and Covid isn’t affecting things too much.

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  2. Артём says:

    Моя дочушка Саша обожает просматривать вкупе совместно со мной Все ваши статьи. Большое спасибо за занимательную информационную подборку


    1. Добро пожаловать, Артём


  3. Jerrod Hays says:

    Yes. Very interested in Nigerian culture. After my four years in US Coast Guard I will have saved some money and be able to visit Africa. (And fingers crossed for you to kayak too).

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    1. Thanks Jerrod! That’s an absolutely wonderful comment and you’ve just made my day.

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  4. Shelly DS says:

    This was such a fun interview! I learnt so much about you in one read 😅 Here’s a fun fact for you: my honeymoon was in Seychelles! And most people who ce to my ‘wedding’ in South Africa don’t actually know that I only officially got married in Seychelles on the honeymoon 😂


    1. Haha! That must be weird for some “over-speculative” friends and family Shelly.

      Thanks for sharing with me.

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      1. Shelly DS says:

        Meh .. it was almost 3 years ago so they can just deal with it if they find out 😁 we did everything as though it was legit but the only thing we didn’t do was sign 😂 so I got to elope and have the white wedding!

        Also, I disagree with the target audience you selected. Those are accurate but you do write about so much more, so it’s also a great read for someone who is curious about life in different parts of the world but also like to just read content from friendly creators 😉

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      2. Aw, thanks so so much Shelly. That’s so sweet and a very great way to start my day.

        You see, I may just try this “inter-country” wedding when it’s time for me to tie the knot.

        Sounds like fun especially Seychelles.

        You had the true African wedding!


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