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Lekki Leisure Lake: the fastest growing weekend hangout spot in Lagos [Photos]

Lekki Leisure Lake: the fastest growing weekend hangout spot in Lagos [Photos]

The sun danced along the skies as fingers of its light pierced through the air and race to the earth. The distant skyline blows up in shades of vivid blue hues as the sea kisses and melts into the clouds. The raging waters run towards the West-African coast in multiple waves and break into series…

The Fela’s Shrine you don’t see!

The Fela’s Shrine you don’t see!

We were fifteen; all keen and zealous travel bloggers and photographers, touring the beautiful city of Lagos; and the New Afrika Shrine was our second to the last stop. Believed to be the haven of hemp smokers in Lagos, yet drawing throngs of visitors and fun lovers every other weekend. There’s more to this place…

Who knew palm wine at Terra Kulture could save the day… Let’s talk about the must-try drink

Who knew palm wine at Terra Kulture could save the day… Let’s talk about the must-try drink

Milky, tasty, fresh, chilly, awesome, tantalizing, alluring, refreshing, invigorating, revitalizing, breath-taking, amazing…. is the calabash of Palm wine served at Terra Kulture in Victoria Island, Lagos. The noon sun burned mercilessly over the skies of the busy Island and the breeze from the nearby Kuramo Beach being quenched by the blazing solar heat could not…

Video:The Lagos You Don’t See Mobile Hangout by Janice Temple

Travel blogger Janice Temple of Skychi Travels who was also onboard the Social Media Week Lagos Bus Tour, made a video of her experience on the tour. So, sit back, relax and enjoy a tour of Lagos with an African-American who is passionate about connecting back to her root.     Related Posts: – Bogobiri…

Bogobiri Restaurant in Ikoyi, Lagos…You’ll either Love it or Hate it!!

Bogobiri Restaurant in Ikoyi, Lagos…You’ll either Love it or Hate it!!

I’ve been to many top-class restaurants in Lagos, but Bogobiri blew me off my coast…sailed me atop blissful waters of satiating ambiance and invigorating aroma of dainty delicacies… with interiors and exterior set in a stylish medley of artistic yet bohemian ingredients…it was as though I dined in a restaurant-museum.   The soaring sun gently…

Onikan National Museum, Lagos: No Cameras Allowed but I snuck mine in.

Onikan National Museum, Lagos: No Cameras Allowed but I snuck mine in.

“He-He-He…I pray the spirit of wàká and wanderlust won’t lead me into wàhálà one day o!…” Nigerian Museums ban the use of cameras within their premises, but I broke the rules at the National Museum in Onikan, Lagos. It wasn’t my fault though, I could not just resist the spell-binding aura that enfolded the ancient…

Beach crabs at Atican Resort, Lekki- The most amusing, so amazing!

Beach crabs at Atican Resort, Lekki- The most amusing, so amazing!

  By the Atican beach shore, sat I On sands so soft, so silt, so fine Around me, holes descend like shafts in a gold mine Where creatures of golden coats dwell and dine. These creatures are beach crabs, coated with golden plates and armed with able limbs. They move with quick but calculated struts…

Wowed by the sun, sand and sea of the Atican Beach, Lekki

Wowed by the sun, sand and sea of the Atican Beach, Lekki

Down poured heavy showers of rain upon the stretch of Victoria Island in Lagos, flooding the lagoon banks on its northern flank and soaking the white sands of its beaches on the southern flank. Yet, the ocean raged as usual, inundating the Naija coastline with its invigorating saline fluids- its Atlantic waters and SE trade…

Victoria Island Gone Wild: Another Bundle of Nuisance or Tourism Potential?

Victoria Island Gone Wild: Another Bundle of Nuisance or Tourism Potential?

As I stepped out of my apartment early on a Monday morning, my heart almost jumped out of my chest as the  sight of a massive lizard with long forked tongue scurrying away from my dustbin, confronted me…“ –Segun Adeyemi, Ajah, Lagos Increasing reports of wildlife sightings within residential estates in Victoria Island, Lagos demand…

Once upon the Lagos Lagoon…

  Once upon a noon, The Lagos Lagoon, to me it croons, Men like machines I see, Hefty, black and built, Skins glistening, Plastered in treacles of salty fluids. Like wet clothes, The raging sun they gulp in large dose, In a quest were all done, For food on the table, they do their arduous…

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