They say Paris is the city of love but did I fall in love with Paris?
Places to Visit in Cape Verde: Museu Etnográfico Da Praia (Photos)
The Ethnographic museum of Praia in Santiago island of Cape Verde, was opened in 1997 to accommodate ethnographic objects collected by then National Institute of Culture (NAC) during the years of 1992 and 1995 in the islands of Santiago, Santo Antão, Boa Vista and Brava. Inside the Museum Located in the heart of the city … Continue reading Places to Visit in Cape Verde: Museu Etnográfico Da Praia (Photos)
5 Things You Should Know about Cape Verde (Part 2)
Since I moved to Cape Verde a few months ago, I absolutely love it here and i'm grateful that things didn't work out for me in Barbados. Here in Cape Verde, the food is amazing, i'm learning the local language and my Kriolu is getting better everyday. Whoop! Whoop!
How to Visit Barbados as a Nigerian
The island of Barbados is home to 287,000 Barbadians and is a major tourist hotspot in the Caribbean. Tourists can't get enough of her turquoise blue waters, white beaches, nice weather, tall palm trees, coconut water and rum, rum, rum.
7 Things You Should Know About Germany
Cochem Germany 1. Germany is a highly organised country with a culture that's all about order and correctness. it's easier to understand the Germans when you keep this in mind. 2. Unlike Nigeria where there's only 2 seasons; dry and wet, Germany has actual 4 seasons. Spring (March to May), Summer (June to August), Autumn … Continue reading 7 Things You Should Know About Germany
Introduction to Europe; My Nigerian Perspective
View of Cochem, Germany from a window in Cochem castle 44 countries, 26 of which are Schengen, 4 seasons, magnificent castles, amazing mountains, vast forests and centuries old cathedrals, Europe is a continent rife with history. I got a multiple entry Schengen visa to Germany and I used the opportunity to explore other countries within … Continue reading Introduction to Europe; My Nigerian Perspective
How to Visit Dubai as a Nigerian in 2020
Burj Khalifa at Dubai Mall Man-made islands, white sand beaches, tall palm trees, huge malls, what's not to love about Dubai. With the tallest building and the fastest roller coaster in the world on it's belt, Dubai (UAE) is the absolute luxurious desert. To visit Dubai as a Nigerian you need a visa. However the … Continue reading How to Visit Dubai as a Nigerian in 2020
Cabo Verde; My Journey Continues
Still on my quest for dual citizenship, I left Barbados for another country Nigerians can visit visa free which is Cabo Verde or Cape Verde. Cabo Verde is a very unique place, it's an island country located off the coast of Senegal in West Africa. The country has 9 islands namely; Sal, Santiago, Maio, Fogo, … Continue reading Cabo Verde; My Journey Continues
Countries Nigerians can Visit either Visa Free, with Visa on Arrival or with an E-Visa
With a Nigerian passport, you can only visit 45 countries out of 190 countries in the world. What this means in reality is that, to visit any country not on the list below, you must get a visa which often times will not be granted to you because well, you're Nigerian. It really sucks because … Continue reading Countries Nigerians can Visit either Visa Free, with Visa on Arrival or with an E-Visa