Paris – The First time

As we pulled into Gare Du Nord, I smelt Paris. I smelt Paris and it didn’t smell good. I never travel with expectations but I felt the beginnings of disappointment. It didn’t help that it was all a bit grey at 2 in the afternoon. I looked at my friend and muttered ‘good start eh’ … Continue reading Paris – The First time

A Dubai Experience

Until recently, the stories and pictures I had seen and heard about the wonder and beauty of this jewel in the desert left me thinking and imagining what it would be like… So I decided within 2 weeks to take a trip. After work, I boarded the overnight flight to Dubai and arrived in the … Continue reading A Dubai Experience

Traveling Light

For the first time last month, I traveled abroad without any check-in luggage. It was traumatic at first but totally amazing, Easy-jet’s strict luggage policy also helped!. No waiting or delays anywhere, it was just go go go, which I really appreciated. I know this is a massive challenge for many people especially ladies, but … Continue reading Traveling Light

Barbados

This was a semi-spontaneous decision. Visa For Nigerians I remembered seeing a list  sometime ago that Nigerians could actually travel to some places without a visa. I called up my friend and said, ‘Let’s go to Barbados! we don’t need visas!’ Getting There We booked our flights which cost approximately £700 for a return. Virgin … Continue reading Barbados

Travel Visa-Free

The following countries allow visa-free or visa-on-arrival travel for Nigerian citizens     Africa Countries and Territories Conditions of access  Benin 3 months [1]  Burkina Faso 90 days [2]  Burundi Visa can be obtained upon arrival at Bujumbura Airport [3]  Cape Verde 90 days [4]  Cameroon 90 days [5]  Chad 3 months [6]  Comoros Visa issued upon arrival [7]  Ivory Coast 3 months [8] … Continue reading Travel Visa-Free