Ever wondered what it’s like being a Nigerian in South Korea? Well, after my visit, I think I may be able to provide a little insight into what that’s like. Of course, visiting a country for 10+ days is vastly different from living in it for years, so this series […]Read More
Solo Tripping in South Korea – The Beginning!
Have you heard about Google Timeline? Recently, I was filling out an application for my South Korean visa and I got to a part about my travel history. The form required me to list out countries I have visited in the last 5 years. In addition to this listing, I […]Read More
There are many words to describe how I feel writing this article, but the overwhelming feeling is pride. Over four days, Mark and I hiked through the Mount Kenya range and reached the summit of Point Lenana (4985m) – the only one of three peaks on the mountain that does […]Read More
I recently had to renew my US visa after the previous one expired. Since the last time I applied, the US government and immigration officials have reinstated the interview waiver program for applicants who meet the waiver qualifications. The last time I applied for this visa, I did so in […]Read More
Tulum was the last stop on our trip to Mexico (and the US) and it turned out to be the perfect way to end our 3-week holiday. We had started our travels in Mexico by spending some time in Mexico City, then travelling to Oaxaca, Valladolid and Bacalar before ending […]Read More