Portugal: Lisbon to Lagos

I arrived in Lisbon on a sunny, slightly cool Spring day. Lisbon, the capital of Portugal is often described as idyllic and is known for its beautiful streets, culture and the way it seemlessly blends the historical and modern. Getting a visa You’ll need a Schegen visa and you’ll need to apply early! There was … Continue reading Portugal: Lisbon to Lagos

Spring Travel: Japan

I visited Japan after my tax season here because I needed a break and I can say without a shadow of a doubt that Japan is one of my favorite countries in the world to visit. Getting There – Visa & Flights Since I travel with an American passport, I did not need a visa … Continue reading Spring Travel: Japan

The Kenyan Experience: Nairobi

Background Kenya is an East African country with a population of over 45million people. It lies on the equator and was a founding member of the East African Community (EAC). The largest tribe in the country is the Kikuyus who are of Bantu origin. The Kikuyus are known to be entrepreneurial, with their women particularly … Continue reading The Kenyan Experience: Nairobi

Travelling in the USA

I always felt a connection with the US and I’ve wanted to go there for the longest time. My mum almost had me there, she returned to Nigeria 3 days before giving birth to me. Some places that were on my radar for a long time are Orlando (Disney) New York City (WTC) and L.A … Continue reading Travelling in the USA

New Year, New Cruise

Cruises are awesome, I’ve only been on one and I’m a huge fan. Yes, I will encourage everyone who can to go on a cruise. I travelled with my number one travel companion, my mum, on a Western Caribbean cruise that took us on a weeklong journey to Cozumel, Mexico; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; Falmouth, … Continue reading New Year, New Cruise

Christmas and New Year in Morocco

Morocco seems to be the to-go destination for most of my friends and family. I’ve wanted to go for a long while and jumped on the opportunity when my friend told me she was planning a trip to Marrakesh. Getting There The Moroccan visa was kind of a struggle for me to get and I’ve been told it’s … Continue reading Christmas and New Year in Morocco

Land of Fire and Ice (Iceland)

So I visited Iceland the weekend after thanksgiving and I must say that it is one of the most beautiful countries I have ever visited. Getting There You need an international passport and visa (For Nigerian passports you need a Schengen visa). I traveled to Iceland from Berlin, I paid 120 Euros for a one … Continue reading Land of Fire and Ice (Iceland)

Your Next Holiday Will Be In Zanzibar

Tanzania Tanzania, officially the United Republic of Tanzania is a country in East Africa within the African Great Lakes region. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, is in northeastern Tanzania. More Interesting Facts  Visa It costs N11,150 for a Tanzanian visa, 2 days for processing. You need to have a Yellow Fever Card, if you don’t have … Continue reading Your Next Holiday Will Be In Zanzibar

Castle Lounging in Kaduna, Nigeria

Seeing the title of this post you are likely wondering what cool destination Kaduna State, located in the northern part of Nigeria, could have. Fortunately for us Nigeria lovers, despite the havoc terrorism and religious riots have wrought, they haven’t been able to destroy the spirit of the state and its hidden gems. There is a gorgeous Castle … Continue reading Castle Lounging in Kaduna, Nigeria

Have Fun in Ukraine

Believe me, I only wanted to see my younger sister, who lives and schools in Kharkiv (Kharkov in Russian). My mum raised independent children, that’s why we are all over the globe. My sister speaks Russian so it works well for her. Visa To Ukraine This is the most expensive and hardest visa I’ve had … Continue reading Have Fun in Ukraine