Tolu answers questions from me about her time in Southern Africa; from eating plum and wild carrot flavored gelato to paragliding over Signal hill’s stunning landscape.Read more "‘Friendly Footprints’ in Capetown with Tolu Familoni"
When I think about the places I’ve visited over the years, from childhood to now, it saddens me to see that my home continent barely features on that list. Despite living in Nigeria for over 13 years, I only visited three states and two neighboring countries. Paltry. Insufficient. Over the next three years, I hope […]Read more "When in Zanzibar…"
Hi there! Besides being swamped with work and other not fun stuff, I’ve been having a serious case of writer’s block. When this happens, I usually sift through all my photos to find inspiration. Most times it works but this time it didn’t. You know what did? Staring at the ceiling. As a result, I decided […]Read more "Hometown Tourist in Calabar, Nigeria"
7 greetings to you, Yes, it sounds like something from Game of Thrones. Just…go with it. Morocco is the subject of today’s Wanderlust Wednesday! *Cue imaginary streamers* As part of their week-long vacation in this northern African country, a group of six friends traveled from Marrakesh to Agadir and made some exciting stops in between […]Read more "Wanderlust Wednesday #16"
Hi there! Another week, another memory shared with you. Over the holidays, my friends, family and I took a trip to one of Calabar’s forgotten gems – Kwa Falls. Calabar is the capital of Cross River State, Nigeria. It’s a coastal city located in the southern part of the country where my family lives. I […]Read more "Chasing waterfalls"