Published on December 10th, 2020

Earlier this week, my hour-long conversation with Wanda aired on the Black Women Travel Podcast. In this episode, we talk about how I discovered my love for travel and how that journey led me to someone special. We also discuss what it’s like maintaining a lifestyle of travel while being Nigerian, the End SARS movement and a lot more. I hope you give the episode a listen…

Black Women Travel Podcast Amarachi of Travel with a Pen

Black Women Travel Podcast: Chapter 75

I think you may get to know me a little more after listening to this episode and it’s only fair that I get to know something new about you too. So please, let’s keep this conversation going in the comment section below. Tell me something interesting about you – it doesn’t have to be travel related.

You can share a little about your travel journeys, or your self-care practices…your hobbies or any fun fact. Also, let me know what you think about the episode. I’ll be looking forward to reading your comments!

PS: Black Women Travel Podcast is available on: Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify


  1. I loveeeee the podcast episode.

    Hmm trying to think of something new about me to say, what comes to mind is: when I want to watch a movie, I will preferably pick romcom or drama. I do not like action movies and or horror movies.

    I watch some selected kind of Nigerian movies when I go to the cinema and some of my friends feel is weird for a young person to pick a Nigerian movie at the cinema rather than action and co.

    • Thanks Faith! Glad you loved the episode.

      I’m the same with movies, lol. If it’s not a romcom, I’ll probably look up the entire plot before watching it! ๐Ÿ™‚ And I don’t think it’s weird to see Nigerian movies at the cinema. That’s where the future of Nigerian Cinema should be.

  2. Great feature Amarachi! Being a guest on a podcast is definitely an amazing way to end the year.

    Well, for me, I like listening to the radio. Not too many people know that.

  3. I totally loved the podcast episode. It was so breezy and fun.

    I only eat amala or pounded yams at Nigerian parties. You wouldn’t catch me with rice.

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