As a holiday island, depending on what you're interested in, there's no lack of things to do and places to check out in Barbados. Be it hiking, scuba diving, snorkeling, car racing, go-carting, restaurant hopping, swimming in the sea, whatever you like it's all available on the island. If you're interested in nature and botanical … Continue reading Places to Visit in Barbados: Hunte’s Gardens (Video)
My request to extend my visa in Barbados got rejected. The Barbadian Immigration Authority felt I didn't have a good enough reason to extend my stay in Barbados. I had to leave the Island at the expiration of my 1 month visa stamp I got at GAIA. It sucks to leave sooner than I expected … Continue reading Leaving Barbados; My Quest For Dual Citizenship Continues
Barbados Immigration Department In my previous post, I told you guys how I was given a 1 month visa upon arrival in Barbados instead of 6 months by immigration at the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA), and also how I visited a lawyer and saw no hope of attaining citizenship. However, I was advised to … Continue reading Week 3; Tourist Visa Extension Barbados 2020
If you've been following my posts, you already know why I decided to move to Barbados and if you haven't, here's a little recap. Because of my restricted Nigerian passport and after much research, I decided to legally immigrate to Barbados in a bid to acquire dual citizenship somewhere down the line (With a Barbadian … Continue reading Lawyers Office; Immigrating to Barbados
Before visiting Barbados, I wasn't really worried about how safe the island would be and how freely I could move around as a tourist considering i'm from Nigeria, black and would blend in quite well. However, my husband as a white tourist would stand out and thus safety posed a concern. This is because, based … Continue reading How Safe is Barbados? 2020
I can truly say that Barbados is beautiful as nature made it, the Bajan people are very nice and will offer help without you asking for it. In the capital city of Bridgetown, roads are paved with old buildings painted in bold colors of orange, lime green, pink, blue giving the small town some character and just enough color to brighten up your day.
After spending 3 spectacular months in the "Holy Land", it was time for my trip to Barbados (you can view my previous post here). For this trip, I booked a 6 months return ticket with Lufthansa at $1,180 per passenger which was a steal considering it was peak season. As explained in my previous post, … Continue reading Flying to the Island of Barbados
I decided to move to Barbados and in case you're wondering why, here's a little story about my situation. I'm a Nigerian meaning; of the 190 countries in the world I can only visit 45 countries visa free or by attaining visa on arrival, 34 of those being African countries. Therefore, I need a visa … Continue reading Moving to Barbados
2019 has come to an end and like every crazy ass year before, there's no taking back all the time I've spent on social media scrolling mindlessly for hours instead of reading a book. I've spent precious hours of my life watching TV shows like 90 day fiancee, GOT and other guilty pleasures that consume … Continue reading To all the time I spent in 2019
I'm not gonna lie, being ghosted HURTS! all the sudden no texts, no calls, then there's that dreadful feeling you get the moment you realize you've been blocked without warning. I always wonder, is it best to talk things out? be a bit mature; communicate to the other person why you no longer want to … Continue reading Ghosted! What it Means and How it Feels
No highs without lows nor fights without blows our scars, it shows but we accept our woes hook, line as it flows. Even when doors close and life slows, the stone she throws become the seed that grows. Happiness no one owes the choices we chose have made us foes, our brains froze and grew … Continue reading 26
She said "i can't wait to get married and be happy" and i found her statement damn well laughable. i'm not old, 26 years of life experience is all i have in my portfolio, 8 months of which i've spent married and i can assure you that the single life is the easy life. i … Continue reading I do.
i'm conflicted, like how can we truly know the right path? Picture; creativeindiamag.com
Maybe one day these words I breathe will be the wrecking ball that breaks down the walls I've molded like sand castles around my heart Picture; British Council music