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Date archive: October 2012

Yayy!!! Thanks Everyone ooohhh… Naijatreks has been nominated for best travel blog 2012. Now it’s time for final voting

We wish to thank you all for nominating Naijatreks as your best travel blog and Nigerian Blog of the Year. Now, we are among the top five nominees for both categories, Yayyy!!!! So, it’s time to vote for the best. To vote for Naijatreks as the “Best Travel Blog” and “Nigerian Blog of the Year”:…

Buildings left-over, yet they tell the story of our Niger Delta

Buildings left-over, yet they tell the story of our Niger Delta

A bell-less belfry juts into the clear blue skies, spanked on all sides by the merciless rays of the soaring sun. The mud-brick stones of the aged church beneath fortifies the ostentatious poise of the belfry, while its dexterously crafted fascias splash rows of spectacular shadows on its asbestos walls. This is the oldest church…

In the land of Igarra, Edo State, rumbles a gracious, yet unknown waterfall…

In the land of Igarra, Edo State, rumbles a gracious, yet unknown waterfall…

In the land of Igarra, Edo State, rumbles a gracious, yet unknown waterfall. Along the course of River Pankasha it forms, just as its dust-coloured waters plunge down a steep 6m-high and 10m-wide rock-face of foliated quartzite. The landscape that surrounds Pankasha River is a stylish fabric of grass land and punctuations of small trees…

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