What happens in Karatu stays in Karatu. Until now that is! Unlike the other embarrassing tales I’ve featured previously on this blog, this one did not happen on a solo trip. And unlike Naija Nomad’s paragliding misadventure, no other person was affected. While on a safari trip in Tanzania, my sister […]Read More
Solo Travel Horror Stories: What Happens in Karatu, Stays in Karatu!
As part of a trip to Tanzania, my sister and I spent two days camping at the Serengeti National Park. Our accommodation during that time was a fairly large tent right smack in the middle of the park. Before we went on with the trip, I made countless research about […]Read More
I love safaris – so much! And when they are in the place that inspired the Lion King animated movie, oh joy! In a single year, I went on safari in India, South Africa and Tanzania and no one safari was the same as the other. I guess that’s the […]Read More
. Nigerian passport holders require a visa prior to entry into a lot of countries and sometimes, these visas are extremely painful to get. Some embassies would deny you out-rightly if you’ve never had a stamp on your passport, almost a case of the chicken or the egg… In any […]Read More
My sister and I visited Zanzibar over a 5 day period after spending the first 6 days of our holiday in search of the big 5 at the Lake Manyara, Tarangire, Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Parks. All we wanted to do afterwards was to eat, sleep, lazy around and […]Read More