Nothing on this trip went as planned and that was a good thing!
What struck me the most about my time in Benin Republic is how similar yet how different they are to us (Nigerians). It was quite an eye opening experience and this is certainly a country I’ll be returning to soon.
If you’re here for the quick breakdown of costs, let’s get into it:
January 2021 Update: This article was originally written in 2020. It’s now 2021 and thankfully, many more companies are learning to cope better with COVID. Let’s hope that this year brings in an effective Vaccine and things go back to some sort of normalcy.
2020 has been a year! There has been enough significant events in this year to take up at least 5 years. With the COVID-19 global pandemic hitting businesses this year, it has been a difficult time for many businesses. …
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After Dinner, I was tired and exhausted but Rupesh, Vivienne and Judith were determined that none of us would go to sleep early that night and we were all going to play games and eat the cake from Seyi’s birthday. And so we did! — Always have people on your trip that have insane energy. It lifts everyone else. Our friends at Beniemania were kind enough to provide us with games for this trip. We played Game Culture’s in twenty five seconds. I always have a good laugh…
It has taken me a while to get to this article but here goes!
Everything you need to know about the first Day of my Trip to Osun State. Day 1 covers exploring Ife.
I decided to go on this trip because at N35k it was the cheapest Osun trip I had seen anywhere on Instagram and more importantly because it was planned by my friend — Victoria! …
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After an eventful First day where we almost ended up sleeping on the streets because our hosts were asleep by the time we got back, Sunday was another opportunity to explore IB! On our list for the day were Cocoa House, Mapo Hall and Agodi Gardens.
The trip from Moniya station into Bodija took around 25mins. Thankfully, Seyi has a family house in Ìbàdàn and had offered to lodge us for the weekend.
When we got to the Estate, the security men wouldn’t let us in. Seyi tried to explain that it was his house and that he was the son of the owner but the security weren’t having it. They insisted we called the person inside to call them. Eventually, the security called one of Seyi’s uncles. Here’s how that went;
Security: Good afternoon sir…
I have to start this from the very beginning. I was scrolling through Instagram a couple of weeks ago and saw @bolanle’s post on taking the train to Ìbàdàn. I sent DMs to my friends - Seyi, Benie and Victoria and they were all down to go!
This is probably the easiest trip I’ve ever tried to plan. Everyone was down from day one and no one bailed.
Here’s timeline of our Ìbàdàn trip and how it all went down.
We all met up at the Railway station in Yaba. Seyi, Benie and I arrived at 7:50am because Victoria had…