Nestled in Ibadan, Agodi Gardens is a serene destination for having picnics, riding horses, and paintballing.
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, travel operators are now working on inventive techniques to make travelling safer.
With the Coronavirus, and commencement of air travel in Nigeria on June 21, travellers may need to adapt to new protocols.
Following the lockdown relaxation, Governor Sanwo-Olu announced a set of new transport guidelines to prevent an increase in Covid-19 cases.
I got thinking about places I'd really like to visit when this pandemic is all over. And I came up with a ten-pointer.
In September of 2019 (a looooong time ago in blogging years), Chris, an intern working with Ìfẹ́ [dairyofanaijagirl] curated a remarkable post about Susanne Wenger on Instagram. Motivated by her piece, I decided to make a full-blown blogpost about my first visit to Susanne Wenger's House and the Osun-Osogbo Grove. For those who may not … Continue reading LIKE SUSANNE WENGER? THEN YOU’LL LOVE WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT HER
"Lip balm! Get your pink lips here," the young lad beckoned to me as I wiped my sweaty face with a handkerchief, I'm hardly done crossing the street when another calls, "Hey! Fine boy! You want phone, laptop or charger. Which one?!" "ahan, una no go allow pesin rest for this Lagos. Haw!" I thought … Continue reading THE TYPICAL LAGOSIAN’S GUIDE TO COMPUTER VILLAGE