Except you’ve been living under a rock, as a Nigerian, you must have heard about Olumo Rock, a popular tourist attraction located only a stone’s throw away from Lagos in the ancient city of Abeokuta. This isn’t just any piece of rock, it is notable for the significant role it […]Read More
Olumo Rocks If You Lava Bit of Adventure!
We began day three – our last day of the tour – quite early, starting with a visit to Erin Ijesha waterfalls. The road from Erio-Ekiti was okay for the most part but there were several bad spots that made my stomach churn. We arrived our destination early, paid the […]Read More
We began day two with a hike up the hills of Erio Ekiti. This particular town is predominant for religious tourism and at the very top of the hills is a place called ‘The New Jerusalem’. It was established by Joseph Ayo Babalola, the founder of the Christ Apostolic […]Read More
I recently took a whirlwind tour to explore some parts of South-Western Nigeria. It’s safe to say I have a fair idea of what a hangover feels like. I sometimes like to travel fast but this was on another level. I returned home with a bad stomach and a splitting […]Read More
I visited the Lekki Conservation Center for the third time over the past weekend. My first visit was alright. There were lots of animals – let me rephrase – lots of monkeys. It was barely possible to walk through the nature trail without being ambushed by those thieving creatures. […]Read More