Lovely time spent in the motherland as always and I can’t help but continuously become more fascinated and in love at the fact that my work organisation now presents news in my mother tongue Yoruba😵👏🏾 better start finessing it, never know if I relocate here for a bit one day😉! I’ve provided quite a few tips in the past (if ya scroll down previous posts) of what to do when in Naij but it’s so refreshing to see how each trip comes with a newer discovery and experience ✨🇳🇬
Accommodation🏨: stayed in #Ikeja
(mainland) hosted by a friend in a clean, spacious and comfortable guest house. Pro: crazy close to the airport - with no traffic 15 minutes. Con: LOTS of the meetings and outings I went to on this trip were on the island. I’m back in Nigeria later this year know for sure to stay on the island next time. #Ikoyi
Food🍴: I could eat my way through this place as much as I could but trying a new restaurant spot is always a plus. I visited and ate at @theharvestlagos
and loved it - check previous posts for my review on it! And of course #suya
never fails, #indomie
being another big fave, and #amala
Exploration📸: the lekki conversation centre was a brilliant first experience with so much wildlife and nature in general, definitely a must visit when in Lagos. The #OmenkaArtGallery
is also a lovely spot that comes with a gorgeous restaurant located on a nestle hilltop overlooking the river. Views!
is my go to as usual. Always cheap and reliable but I learned to call my uber ahead of time knowing that I wasn’t located in the most central location of where I was heading to. I’m hearing @taxify
is quite good too which I’ll check out next time.
Weather☀️: HAAATTTTTTT like pepper sauce!